Woohoo on the vegies, Cazzie, well done!We'll definitely need to grow our own once the tomato shortage hits in Sept, although they've started jacking up the prices already (why am I not surprised?).
Nicely laid out too. As Jayne says, your tomatoes could be worth a lot of money.
Yum yum! I love homegrown vegetables. Haven't got any of my own, but mum's grown her own stuff for as long as I can remember. Delish!
WOW....that is one swell garden. I missed out on that this year....darn heart thing kept me from digging in the dirt. Several errant onions came up but that's it.
I used to have a huge veggie garden, but have lost enthusiasm recently.... maybe you'll inspire me.
I must get some veggies growing soon - that looks so good
Gosh you're doing really well Cazzie and what an education for the kids to see where food actually comes from!
Jayne, thanks goes to hubby and the kids for the garden, I will be happy to eat and cook and prepare them for the table :)Andrew, yes, hubby is good at organising the garden, We had a big veggie garden in Altona years ago... pumpkins and spuds galore!Stace, time to plant some seeds girl. Use planter boxes if you do not feel like digging in the ground :)Rosemary, there is always next year..huggs.Sham, I hope it does inspire people :)Therese, go for it :)Foxy, we thought that too. We will teach them to prepare healthy salads and meals too :)
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