Saturday, 15 May 2010

What Is Happening In My Little World Today Then!

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Everything in the garden is growing.

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Courgettes doing their stuff.

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Radishes coming along nicely.

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Lemon flowering.

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Rhubarb putting on a spurt in the sun.

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Lettuce looking yummy.

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Tomatoes swelling.

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Seedlings reaching up toward the sun.

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A bean emerging from the soil.

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A pepper stretching out.

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Strawberries for tea maybe?

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A very large wasp of some sort enjoying the sun. He was well over an inch long!!! Think I will stay well clear of him.

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Lastly a very tomato faced tortoise causing havoc again. Think we should have called him RAMBO and not Sandy.

8 comments:

soggibottom said...

Good to see your garden. We have things sprouting and growing too. Although I lost my fifteen year old orange trees with our bad Winter.
Great to see your tortoise :-)
Think he is better off living with you in the sun :-)
x x x eating his way through your veggie's :-)

chris, milatos said...

Wow you have been busy.
With all that produce, will we see you at the road side with your stall.
If so receipt please !!!
Sandy is looking healthy, not surprised with all the fresh veg he must get.
x

Jenny said...

Lovely to see the veggies growing. Didn't know you had a tortoise!

maggi said...

What fantastic vegetables. I lost all my lovely courgette plants to slugs last year. Love Sandy's face, no chance of him disguising what he has been up to.

Lois Evensen said...

Hi,

Lovely garden and I enjoyed your other posts, too. I'm glad I stumbled upon your blog. Very nice.

Best,
Lois

solomi558 said...

Hi Judith ,it,s cottonreel . Your Greek veg,. seems to be coming along well . My husband was Greek Cypriot , In Cyprus strawberries are called froullas (sounds like frowlas)your cabbage is krambi , beans fassoulla . Do you cook Greek recipes

easygardener said...

It looks like everything is coming on well in your part of the world. Poor Tortoise - couldn't exactly sprint away when he heard you coming!

Gloria J W said...

Loved seeing your garden Judith. It always makes me smile when I see the rocky eacth. We have such beautiful soil and I am remiss in planting anything.. Ah well!! Good that you are at least keeping the side going
Cheers Gloria [sunny fertile Queensland, Australia]

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