Walk and Enjoy

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Thursday, 20 August 2015

Winter Garden

This year's winter is quite colder than last year's. Not that I am complaining, I don't mind the cold, thinking solely of the benefit it could do to our winter veggies and the yield of apples at the end of the season.

Hello dear friends, life has been busy in our neck of the woods. I'm posting some snapshots of our winter harvest and tea in my she-shed. 
Wishing you all a wonderful week.

I am joining Sandi for Tea Time, Bernideen for Tea in the Garden

I am still in the process of decorating my garden shed. My dear hubby peeking in. 

I always look forward to coming home, and take advantage of the remaining daylight. 

I bought this tea pot at T2 when it was on sale at $15

A good harvest of cumquat, I made two jars of marmalade. 

Our first broccoli this year.

Some snow peas, nasturtium flowers, rocket, parsley and Chinese spinach.

Snow peas are showing no sign of slowing down, it keeps on flowering.

Peeking inside a cauliflower. 

Broccolini is abundant.

Jonquils wafting through the garden.

Daffodils brighten up my window.

Time for shelfie

Another broccoli head. 

Lots of greens to pick from the garden.

And finally I was able to paint the door of my garden shed.