Friday, December 2, 2011

In my veggie garden now


Is it ok to just post some photos today??? I had so little time for gardening, so I just need to be proud of what manages to grow even without much intervention from my part :-).

Rainbow Chard (plenty)
Leeks and Carrots (still going)


Caulifower (the last one)

Cavolo Nero (my favourite)





Broad beans (finally)

Strawberries (few)

22 comments:

  1. Ma hai anche il rabarbaro?? è favoloso.....ma come fai ad avere il tempo di seguire anche l'orto???

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  2. Of COURSE it's OK to just post some photos if they're as good as yours!! I'm struggling to write a new post - so I just gave up & decided to blog hop instead ... maybe next time I'll take your idea!!!

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  3. What is the old saying 'A picture paints a thousand words'. I love looking at what is growing in other peoples gardens.

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  4. Gorgeous veggies! The cauliflower is especially impressive.

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  5. Beautiful! We've just eaten the last of our broad beans this afternoon. They didn't grow as good over here in Aussie as they do back home, so we just ate them all raw, straight from the garden. The kids favourite!

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  6. It is so nice to have home grown vegetables. I have also just done a post around the garden. Diane

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  7. Il rabarbaro!!
    Ador le crostate di rabarbaro, peccato che da noi non si trovi e..non avendo l'orticello non posso nemmeno provare a coltivarlo!!!
    Buon fine settimana.
    Morena

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  8. You're so lucky to be able to have the space to grow your own vegetables Alessandra! One day...one day... :-)

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  9. P.s just checking in to see if it's okay for me to host sweet nz in March?

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  10. Che meraviglia! Davvero complimenti, il cavolo nero è in asoluto anche il mio preferito, con i fagioli e cotto lentamente nell'orcio di terracotta..mmmm!

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  11. @ Franci e Morena, non e' rabarbaro ma sono le coste rosse, ho anche il rabarbaro ma non e' ancora pronto.

    @ Emma, of course! That will be great! Please let Shirleen of Sugar and Spice know, she is the Feb's host and she can pass the baton to you on her recap :-)

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  12. Sure it's ok Alessandra, sometimes I don't know what to say and just feel like posting pictures ;). It's great that you have your own produce, I wouldn't manage because I don't have green fingers...!

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  13. @ Spirulina, pensa che io ho rotto il mio orcio di terracotta anni fa, quanto ho pianto!!! Qui non ci sono ma prima o poi me lo ricompro in Italia!

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  14. te l'ho già detto che provo una sanissima ma profondissima invidia per il tuo fantastico giardino delle delizie vero?
    ecco, te lo ridico....^^

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  15. quelle coste rosse le ho trovate una sola volta e ci ho fatto gli gnocchi alla ricotta, praticamente ne sono usciti gnocchi arlecchino ^ ____ ^

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  16. Astro, che bella idea gli gnocchi! Le ho anche con il gambo giallo e con il gambo bianco (che sarebbero quelle normali...).

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  17. What a lovely garden, Alessandra! Jason and I have taken advantage of our newly free weekends to start a veggie garden of our own (just spinach, tomatoes and some herbs) but I will post up some pictures when they sprout =)

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  18. Good one Lucy, happy gardening! (I was planning some today... but it is raining cats and dogs!!!)

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  19. Ma che bello avere tutte queste delizie nell'orticello e coltivarle da soli....è una soddisfazione doppia quando li cuciniamo e li mangiamo...non trovi....?
    eccolo lì il cavolo nero di cui mi parlavi!!!

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  20. Beautiful photos Alessandra & such wonderful bounty from the garden.

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