Sunday, 16 March 2008

I beg your pardon.

Well, my mom has been up to stay for a few days and we have managed to create a herb garden. I've never had one of those before and it's quite exciting. I just hope the herbs don't die on me. I have planted a few other bits and pieces in amongst the herbs and I'm really looking forward to having some fresh herbs to pick and use to disguise my burnt offerings, err, flavour my cooking. I just need to grow some garlic next. :-)

I don't have very green fingers but maybe with a bit of practice I'll develop some. :-) or I'll have to dye them.


helen said...

Dye 'em, its what I do... lol. Look forward to see how your garden grows :o)

Croap Queen said...

What do you do when you need to use the loo, in an English country gaaaarrrr...den :-)

Hippy at Heart said...

How many kinds of joy doest there abound
In our English Country Garden?
We'll tell you now of some that we've found
Those we miss you'll surely pardon.

Rabbits, Hares and barking Dogs,
Digging holes and chasing Frogs,
Footballs, used beer cans, they set us all agog,
And the Cats late at night,
Pee on your favourite site
In an English Country Garden.

Corrie. said...

We have wild garlic down by the burn, its in a woodland setting so I'm not sure if it would survive in your pretty herb garden :-)
With wild garlic its the leaves you eat and use for cooking, wonder if they'd survive transport via royal mail?


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