Summer Harvest Part 1

We've been enjoying our daily handful of strawberries and raspberries from the garden for a few weeks now. Delicious!
And we've picked a bumper blackcurrant crop to make jam and cordial. Three years of pruning, mulching, weeding, feeding, watering and netting has paid off - Yippee! However, the berries are really for the children.
Here is the apple of my eye from our garden; a good 70 heads or so of beautiful, pungent, purple garlic. I love to plunge my nose in this basket and inhale the heavenly fug. Divine.

11 comments:

  1. Your crop is super impressive. Most of all, I am loving the look of that unbleached garlic - yum. I'd eat the lot of it. And the raspberries could be dessert.

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  2. glorious abundance. Beautiful colours.

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  3. delicious! i want some all for me.

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  4. I always love coming here and seeing your burts of natural colours. What healthy and happy foods you feast on.
    Lucky ducks..xx

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  5. So Jealous, thanks for letting me live vicariously.

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  6. beautiful! i am really regretting not getting garlic in the ground this fall. next year i guess.

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  7. Oh my gosh, that garlic is gorgeous!

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  8. What a wonderful crop of goodness you have harvested. AHH! i would love to grow garlic like this....whats the secret, is it living in Tassie?

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  9. Yum, yum and more yum! I guess cold weather is good for something!

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  10. hey there. happy new year! hope 09 is good to you and the family. much love, all of us xxxx oh and love those berries :)

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  11. oh yum! it all looks so good...how rewarding to reap these wonderful treasures from your garden.

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