Sunday, 21 August 2011

In the garden


We spent a bit of time in the garden yesterday. If you're a local reader from Australia isn't it so very green! I dug up beds in preparation for planting a lovely greeny white hydrangea and Dad chatted with the gardner about the rose bed and how to stop the sheep in the field behind from grazing on them!

I also found a bit of time to shell peas for a traditional English garden pea salad with greek yoghurt mint dressing, yum!

Happy to hear you're enjoying this little tour of England. I am still posting on Aussie time as that is the setting for the blog so some of you might be getting this a bit early date wise sorry for any confusion! Also, I'll be putting up loads more photos on flickr soon so watch this space.

4 comments:

  1. Your garden looks lovely and your pea salad is making me feel hungry...I'm off to make a sandwich...

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  2. Its Sooo green, we haven't had much rain lately in north Queensland so its all brown at the moment love the hydrangea one of my favourite flowers :)

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  3. That garden looks beautiful! What a yummy looking salad too! X

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