Monday, 11 July 2011

Our Garden :: From Outside to Inside







What is YOUR garden growing?

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  1. So pretty - I just love sweet-peas and never think to grown them! My garden has just had a mega tidy up so currently looking rather tidy and pretty (but not for long)!.

  2. Pretty! I wish I could bring flowers inside, but I'd better not. Lots of hay fever sufferers here. So I "pick" flowers digitally and put them on my blog...

  3. We suffer hayfever too - but you know what? I don't care - a whole winter of no fresh flowers means i make up for it in summer! :)

  4. I love your garden—those hydrangeas are spectacular! Lovely indoor bouquets, too.

  5. I'm growing cucumbers, beans, parsley and basil this summer. Not much room for flowers as I have a tiny wee backyard and do all my gardening in containers. I do have a chrysanthemum plant given by a friend which adorns my front porch. As for indoor flowers, whatever weeds my kids collect and gift me with is what I keep in a glass for a few days, I do love those the most ;)

  6. Oh yes, the gifts from our babes are precious if not sometimes puzzling ;-)

    Doing a lot of container gardening here too, and growbags for tomatoes.

  7. courgettes are a huge success, but cucumbers the opposite! Trying to be patient with the tomatoes-I keep peeping at them, hoping they'll start to ripen! it's really not warm enough here in Sweden. Runner beans have got flowers.Lots of potatoes, beetroot, mangold and my Sweet peas are just about flowering- they do smell gorgeous don't they!

  8. MMmm sweet peas are the smell of summer IMO. Remind me to post a recipe for Green Tomato Chutney at some point for all the unripened toms at the end of the season!


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