A long time since I shared pictures from my backyard…it has been months of sheer toil and hard work and patience that have yielded these results….finally….I have for myself and of course, my neighbours too…
Juicy green cabbages
Yet to ripen tomatoes aplenty Aubergines..
My favorite cauliflowers
Last but not the least,first time ever I tried beetroots and waited patiently..it seemed forever before I got a sizeable one today.
I hope you love these as much as I loved putting it together for you.Wishing you all a Blessed Easter!
Linking this to Colours Dekor
Had been waiting for this Lilium to bloom since a long time.Woke up this morning and saw it in full bloom.Hope this is my lucky day ,especially for Perk who has her final Mathematics paper today and she dreads it.I wish God be with her today and always.this one is for you,Perk!
Wishing all of you a bright day too!
I cannot tell how and when I fell in love with gardening ..but today it is a passion.It is as much a part of my housekeeping as my living room or my kitchen.I keep adding and removing features and accessories from the garden just like I change my cushion covers or bedsheets.Funny…but once you are into it..it becomes a passion.
A quick peep into my garden and the choicest flowers that I’ve had over the past two years.
The lovely petunias……I plant these in several pots..first because they come in a variety of colour combinations and second, they last till April.
This is how the garden looks in winters when it is in full bloom.the pots have been kept on a raised platform outside the main garden area .i made this area myself by using broken tiles.
Storm in a broken tea-cup
The toad guarding the ice-plant
Do you like what you see?I have a lot more to share..that is on the other side..my veggie patch.Maybe,next time.Till then enjoy…and a happy Valentines to all.
Its chilly,biting cold in these parts again.One is mostly confined indoors and with the kids’ schools also having closed down,its an effort keeping them busy.Meanwhile, this is the best time of the year for the garden and this time too,our efforts have borne the desired results,despite all odds(specially the porcupine attack). Here are some pictures of the kitchen garden…
Fresh green lettuce
Yet to ripen tomatoes
The cabbage and cauliflower plants which suffered the most as the porcupine had eaten up most of the saplings
And this comes right into my kitchen from the backyard