Wednesday, 6 August 2014

In my garden

With the cooler weather recently, sunshine after rain and good doses of fertilizer my garden is happily chugging along. We have gotten two ripe passion fruit with many more to come, our first strawberry, a variety of herbs which do fairly well here, rosellas galore and now we have lots of little tomatoes coming on. Yay! I'm loving seeing it come to life and growing strong.














20 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing your Delights. Have a happy Day.

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    1. Thank you for dropping in and the same back to you.

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  2. Passion fruit flowers are so pretty and interesting, I go by some on my way to work, they're beautiful! Your garden looks very nice and colorful :)

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    1. Passion fruit flowers are so different and interesting. Thank you and thanks for dropping by.

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  3. It looks like there is going to be lots of harvesting fun soon! Beautiful.

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    1. I hope so. It seems the birds know where the good things are though.

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  4. What a colorful collection of photos! My favorite is the last purple one. I don't know what the flower is, but I love it!

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    1. Thanks. I should know what it is, I did plant it but I have no idea. It is a pretty dramatic looking flower.

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  5. Hey, just saying thank you for your comment at my blog :-)

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  6. How nice. Your garden has some wonderful flowers to it.

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    1. Thanks and thank you for looking in.

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  7. Beautiful. you have lots happening in the garden :)

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    1. There is a bit which is nice and so far I haven't killed much this time.

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  8. What a delightful variety of garden shots! I love all your color and can't wait for spring to see color here in NZ!

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    1. Thanks. Things are growing with the cooler weather but once summer comes it will be way too hot.

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  9. Lovely glimpses of your garden! I'm always envious of people who can grow herbs and flowers. I must be one of the only people on this earth who can kill mint. I'm pretty sure I kill green things just by looking at them!

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    1. I used to think I was like that but I seem to have managed to keep some things alive. It is hard growing veges in the tropics, the heat gets to them.

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