A light and woolly blog about funny tea cosies and other beautiful knitted things. Sometimes The Naughties get a look in and perhaps The Bloke too.
You make me chuckle!Fruit of the devil...did it make good salsa?
You can't beat home grown tomatoes ;)
Your November looks so different to mine. Gorgeous.
Planted kangaroo paw a few weeks ago. Not planted tomatoes yet. We are wicked people. Meant to plant them on Melbourne Cup Day in Melbourne. We will be whipped with green tomatoes for our sins.One year I lovingly watered and tended a huge tomatoe plant and got one tomato off it. But it tasted good!!!
oh my! that golden penda! is it fragrant?we also had our first vine-ripened tomatoes this year... the 'vines' looked pitiful - just almost dead, but they made these delicious, beautiful tomatoes! it was enough to make one weep! i think the bloke has every right to be proud... the tomatoes do that to one.xoxo
Yeah yeah. I will try to be gracious in defeat......I will not mention the unfair benefits of northern latitudes.....!OK, here we go. CONGRATULATIONS AND NICE WORK AND YOU WIN AND YOU ARE THE QUEEN AND KING OF THE WOLF PEACH CASTLE!!!!!!!!!no really, congrats!duckie xxxxx
I have felt that way about my little tomatoes. That first one is so yummy.
um yeah it's a huge one he's got there isn't it...sorry...bet it tasted good tho...oops sorry again...lovin those kangaroo paws...
So your trip to Sydney was good? Fast, no doubt...glad you got to see the lad..
Garden looking splendiferous, and I hope that you are threatened by a deluge of tomatoes!I've had a horrible bug - in me that is- but will post about my vegies that small dogs can't climb into - I hope.
That blossom on the bottom photo is just devine! And my kids are still waiting for signs of tomatoes ...
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