Tuesday, October 25, 2005

The Bounty of a Perfect Spring.

Lettuces, beans, leeks, and tomatoes - all getting bigger by the day. Posted by Picasa


Beetroot, carrots, onions and radishes, with pansies around the edge. Posted by Picasa


View from the deck. An unusually green one thanks to a wonderful Spring. Posted by Picasa

7 comments:

susan said...

Picture perfect view, not as I imagined Australia (outback) (Crocodile Dundee). I don't know much about Australia, I see. I heard Keith Urban on the radio last night, a FINE export from Australia! Thanks for sharing your great pictures.

Sandy said...

You have the most beautiful veggie garden. Very tidy and organized. Great job.

Shell said...

Awesome veggie garden! I can only imagine how good those veggies are going to taste on your plate come harvest time.

judypatooote said...

Beautiful pictures....is this your garden, and those flowers belong in a book....did you plant them or just enjoy taking pictures of them?
Nice to meet you Alice, my name is judy......i'm from Ohio.

Alice said...

Thanks for dropping by, Judy. Yes, we did plant some of those flowers originally but most of the ones you see today have multiplied or self-sown themselves. That's what makes the garden so easy - it's more a matter of pulling plants out now rather than putting them in. I don't mean to keep taking lots of photos but I go outside to photograph one thing and before I know it I've taken another 30 photos (just in case it changes, falls over, gets eaten, dug up or dies)! At least it's one way of keeping my spread out family informed of how things are going.

my vintage days said...

Beautiful garden. You are doing a great job at keeping the weeds out.

Rambling Rose Cottage said...

What lovely garden pictures. Thank you for sharing them!