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What Was In My Garden May 2016 — 34 Comments

  1. Your garden is flourishing! I love the concept of having a garden, but haven’t been able to successfully keep plants alive on my balcony lol. I’m sure I’ll eventually give it a shot again because I think the greenery and having your own fresh produce is just wonderful.
    Sarah sharing the blog ♥ Peach Frangipane TartMy Profile

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    • Try planting some tomatoes with a bit of basil in the same pot – you should get a bumper crop 🙂

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  2. Loved wandering round your garden with you Tandy. So beautiful.

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    • Thank you Sally 🙂

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  3. Is Scarlett your newest puppy? If yes, holy wow, so big already!
    Your garden is positively thriving. Mine is completely non existent, something about minus degree weather makes me not want to garden at all. Cool I can enjoy via you tho!
    Anna @ shenANNAgans sharing the blog ♥ Meet Pink from East Street Canberra and Green Papaya Prawn SaladMy Profile

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    • She is my newest – 6 months old and huge!

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  4. Haha Scarlett must keep you on your toes, Tandy. Lovely to have freshly cut herbs. 🙂
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    • She is very busy Sylvia 🙂

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  5. Enjoyed reading about your winter garden experiences, we are supposed to be in full summer mode but the weather is really inconsistent this year, too much rain and too cold for some plants (fig tree) to start carrying fruit. On the other hand, it is a perfect year for roses and slugs!

    Your puppy Scarlett is a beauty, Tandy!

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    • Thank you Barbara, and I hope the weather gets warmer soon 🙂

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  6. I am glad that your chilli bushes are still going strong. Something has eaten away at all of ours 🙁
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    • Oh no! Hope you figure out what did that 🙂

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  7. I loved seeing these photos
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    • I must take more soon 🙂

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  8. Such a bountiful garden Tandy! And I love the look at Scarlett too 😀
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    • Thank you Lorraine 🙂

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  9. Lovely write up on your home garden, love the smell of fresh herbs! And a cute puppy too!
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    • thank you Prateek 🙂

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  10. You have some really interesting plants growing in your garden – a bit more variety than the standard vegetable patch!
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    • I am hoping to keep it that way Elissa 🙂

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  11. What an amazing garden. Love that you can grow all your fresh herbs and vegetables. Adorable dog by the way!
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    • Thank you Rosemary 🙂

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  12. What a treat to see your garden Tandy. As you know, growing food is where it’s at for me and I get so excited when I see others doing this. Best thing you can do ever!
    Jem @ Lost in Utensils sharing the blog ♥ my kitty is a mulching machine, big pumpkin harvest & saving the seeds two ways (one is yummy)My Profile

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    • I so agree Jem 🙂

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  13. I love that you are growing fennel!

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    • It is indigenous here so very easy to grow 🙂

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  14. I regularly grow mint, coriander and rocket. I have a curry leaf plant and a big lemon tree too. Need to write a post on my love for gardening. Your plants are amazing and I wish they grow more strong and healthy.. I am a salad leaf lover.. Your fennel looks so nice and the gooseberry plant is amazing..
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    • I used to have a curry leaf plant and think I should get another one 🙂

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  15. love Scarlett

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    • Thanks!

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  16. Wow! Your garden looks healthy and green. Scarlett is a beauty. Have a wonderful week-end Tandy!
    Cheri sharing the blog ♥ Green Beans with Summer SavoryMy Profile

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    • Thanks Cheri 🙂

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  17. Lots of lovely things happening in your garden Tandy. Our cats love to sun themselves in our veggie boxes which doesn’t make for very good crops.
    Have a wonderful and happy weekend ahead.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • But makes for happy cats I am sure 🙂

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