Bron, How Does Your Garden Grow?

Bron, How Does Your Garden Grow?

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Oh, Bron ! You make me dream with your fruits and vegetables...
Zucchini flower and this rhubarb !
Your girls are very cute by the way...

Vanille — Sunday 8th March 2009 3:23 pm

Such bounty. Great photos of your garden how I wish we could grow them here in the tropics.

lynell — Sunday 8th March 2009 6:22 pm

wonderful wonderful pics, you almost managed to make go out and dig out a veg patch in the lawn but I am wiser than that! Love this post!

ilva — Sunday 8th March 2009 8:08 pm

Only if i could grow 1/8th of what u did... wonderful, fresh homegrown harvest!

Soma — Monday 9th March 2009 3:44 am

Oh, I am so tired of winter. I think I would like to live in this garden. These photos are gorgeous.

Erin — Monday 9th March 2009 3:59 am

What a wonderful life!

MsGourmet — Monday 9th March 2009 10:42 am

What a wonderful garden! I wish i could have one like yours :)
Regards from Portugal

Moira — Monday 9th March 2009 11:40 am

A very impressive garden Bron. Fab photos too.

barbara — Monday 9th March 2009 5:01 pm

Bron your garden is just dreamy! I had me daydreaming in the middle of my grubby city! How nice to be surrounded by such loveliness...and having it be edible and nourishing too :)

joey — Monday 9th March 2009 9:51 pm

my word... what glorious pictures! i wish I had a garden like yours (i am not much of a gardener, but I do love the joys of home-grown things... a bit of a contradiction of terms, I thought, but you seem to prove that it can work!) i will start a proper herb garden this year though, tried tomatoes last tme, but it's just too rainy here... ah what i'd give for your climate! ;-)

johanna — Tuesday 10th March 2009 12:18 am

I don't have a green thumb and even if I do the mostly neglect thing, I don't I'd get such a bounty.

Cynthia — Tuesday 10th March 2009 6:23 am

I love gooseberries! We had a bush at my childhood home and I rarely have them now but they always make me think of being about 5 years old and just stuffing gooseberries warmed by the sun into my mouth.

brilynn — Tuesday 10th March 2009 4:34 pm

well-grown, Bron well-grown!!

arfi — Thursday 12th March 2009 7:01 pm

Wonderful pictures. I've been collecting seed for ever, but never find a good place to settle and start a garden.

Pia — Saturday 14th March 2009 9:25 am

What an amazing garden, very inspiring! An amazing gift of fresh home-grown produce and an appreciation of where food comes from to give your daughters. If my thumbs weren't black and I didn't live inner city I would love to have a garden like that.

Rachel — Sunday 15th March 2009 1:24 am

Wow, all that was raised by the neglect method? I'm so impressed Bron, that method never seems to work for me! I love your photographs as well.

Amy I. — Wednesday 18th March 2009 9:28 am

You are my hero Bron! Growing your own produce is something everyone should seriously consider. And what gorgeous pictures!! :-)

Sneh — Wednesday 18th March 2009 3:57 pm

What an amazing garden, Bron! You're making me feel guilty for not planting my seeds today like I planned to :)

Angela @ A Spoonful of Sugar — Thursday 19th March 2009 5:02 am

Fantastic pictures and taken with loving eyes.

Paula — Friday 20th March 2009 4:28 am

Wow....lovely pictures. this is the first time to your blog...I love the photos.

Dave Jones — Sunday 22nd March 2009 4:54 am

What an amazing garden! Funny how 'neglect' never seems to work with mine! :D

Y — Sunday 29th March 2009 10:39 am

Hello Bron, I just discovered your website and had to write to say that I love those garden pictures. The timing is perfect as I will be starting to till my garden in a week or two. Here in eastern Canada our growing season is short so there are some things that I don't plant but there is nothing better than the first home grown produce - I get really excited about radishes as they are the first ones to pop up after a long hard winter.

CarlaH — Monday 27th April 2009 12:52 am

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