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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Stories from a happy garden...



Once upon a time there was a huge flax outside the window.

Then it was cut down .....


And the cows came and began to eat it .... so it was moooved !

Once upon a time the broad beans sagged from the heavy frost.

But the coral lettuce stayed bright and cheerful....

...and so did the mizuna.


All the Adelaide people thought the kale had aphids ......


But when the sun shone, all the aphids melted away!

In the glass house, though, the fennel twirled and danced.


Maggie said...

Love the twirling fennel and the melting aphids, great to see your garden Kate.

chaiselongue said...

Oh, it looks cold, but the fennel twirls are lovely! We always find that red=leaved lettuces withstand cold better than green - there's a good variety here called Rouge de Montpellier which we pick all through winter. Enjoy your happy garden!

Kate said...

I knew you'd understand about the aphids, Maggie!I couldn't be bothered explaining it to the rest of the world. :)

AlexF said...

I love all the pictures, especially the one with the dew drops!

Anonymous said...

Great photos Kate!
The glass house must be a great addition to your garden!
I hope your new gardening group is going well, we have been a little less motivated due to the cold weather here in S.A.
Keep warm,