Mummy’s Garden

Greeting loyal readers and fellow maremmas.  As promised here are some photos of mummy’s garden. Not so many of the three bestest maremmas in all the land.

Beans. Mummy thinks they could be eating fresh beans by Christmas.

Jersey benne potatoes, for Christmas dinner.

Unruly broad beans.

Broccoli head

Mummy dug up her three surviving blueberry plants, put them into pots so she could use their garden bed for kumera (sweet potato). The plants in the gravel are poppies and borage, to attract bees to the garden.

Pumpkin, courgette and eggplants getting ready to go out into the garden.

Basil, dill and lemon grass.

Newly planted tomatoes. There are lots more plants to go out yet.

And a photo of Me!!. My favourite place is resting underneath the kitchen table. You never know when a tasty treat might fall from the sky.


One last photo of Farmer Rae’s cow.  We do like to bark at them when they come close to the fence.

Think of Us tomorrow.  Mummy is away all day on her garden tour, leaving Us in the tender loving care of Aunty.

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5 Responses to Mummy’s Garden

  1. your land is just fabulous… what a great thing to have all things ready for christmas from your own garden…

  2. chesterspaniel says:

    Wow! Lots of yummy stuff growing in that garden!

  3. Kismet says:

    Beans! Don’t you get any? Our dogs love green beans.

  4. KDKH says:

    Our garden in the US has just frozen over last week. It’s put to bed for a few months. Enjoy your summer!

  5. What an amazing garden and to have fresh beans by Christmas…incredible! Well done.

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