Bits n’ Bobs

Common Fig Blue, spotted among the raised beds yesterday.

Forget the name of this plant. The flowers turn blue after this show of Yellow

Gazania and temporary resident.

 

 

Last of the Pumpkins.

Almost time to seed some more!

One of the Young Carrots in the ‘straight experiment’.

Winter Display of Jasmin on the shed.

And finally for this post … the latest ‘tweets’ from Emily’s Cakes.

 

Budgie cake. Went out last week.

 


16 thoughts on “Bits n’ Bobs

    1. The modelling took an age, but the reaction from the client was worth the all – nighter Emily was obliged to pull to get it done on time.

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    1. We’ve lost a few but most have kept really well and taste smashing.
      Yes,a yellow crab spider. This is the time of year they begin popping up all over the garden.

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    1. We planted it on a bamboo frame about ten years ago.There is another display around the corner shielding the old chicken run.
      In the evenings, if there is a gentle breeze in the air the fragrance wafts all over the garden. At times it can quite intoxicating.

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