Sunday, November 11, 2012

Back into the garden

It's been a couple of years since I've tried to grow a vege garden.  I had some bad years where everything died, I got busy, ran out of time, so I gave up.  I have lots of excuses - just ask me :) 

Anyway, some friends inspired (read shamed!) me into starting again.  So I'm starting small with a few veges in containers. 

Hopefully this time I can keep it going and gradually expand.

Tomatoes and basil (grown from seed)

Strawberries - we've already had a couple of berries off it - yum!

Tomatoes (grown from a seedling)

Peas and snow peas


karisma said...

Awesome. Love your pots. Especially the strawberry one. I have considerably downsized my overgrown garden. Sometimes less is best. That said my garden is going mad in the space that it has. LOL It would not be mine otherwise. haha. Things just grow, even when I don't plant them. Sending love to you and your new garden. Hope you are well. Hugs xoxox

Garden Supplies Melbourne said...

Gardening is now my passion and I really had fun doing it. I know you can make it today just give it a time, love and take good care of it.

Tricia said...

Growing from seed! I'm impressed.

jugglingpaynes said...

Good job with your garden! My daughters have always had a greener thumb than I when it comes to veggies. I yielded three tomatoes this growing season. There might have been more, but there was this deer and a groundhog...:o)

You also reminded me that I had sown some carrot seeds. I have no idea what happened to them!

Peace and Laughter!

tricia said...

Good luck Kez.

I haven't had much of a garden either these past few years. I'm starting small also. I figure I'll master one veggie and then move onto the next.

Enjoy :-)

Thank you for your congrats re my column. x t.