Touch me Tomato


The Tomato Song


The Bloke's Tomatoes


The Bloke's Tomato Bushes

 

The Bloke and his .....


Sprung has Spring

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The Duck Herder said…
yeah yeah yeah......


"nice work mr bloke" she said grudgingly......
said…
hello

i have arrived here via kind Vanessa's link and find myself utterly enchanted with your magical teacosies.
i do like tomatoes, particularly the homegrown variety and think Josephine Baker is adorable!

warmest wishes x

sumea
Stafford Ray said…
About time The Bloke got a look in!
Sueyw said…
Hi Loani! I'm still keeping up with your blog even though 'Wild Tea Cosies' is no more. Busy setting up my online yarn store which has been "live" for 2 months now. Must get in some of your books! How long before No.3 comes out!?
regards
Sue
ritarenata said…
well, well done.
now i just got finished my garden for the wintertime.
so please enjoy your wonderful tomato.
greetings from other side of the world:
rita (austria)
I hope that there are some lovely basil plants to go with those luscious tomatoes.

My vertical vegie garden is growing quite nicely and so far the small bogs are not arboreal, which as a small mercy that I can be grateful for.

Well done His Royal Blokeness!

Cheers, Steph B.

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