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Friday, 6 May 2011

Bluebells and garden success....

I have now finished my bluebell wood picture and thought I would do a show and tell.




...it includes dumfing, machine and hand embroidery.  I'm rather pleased with it cos it's been a while since Twiglet and I got creative.  I'm hoping this is the first of more to come.





'Lettuce spray'  :-)
I have to say a few prayers might have been said but I never spray my lettuces  :-)





'Beany success'
I thought I would start the kidney beans off in pots in the greenhouse and wow what success.  I think every little bean is now growing so will let them grow just a little before they are planted out in the garden......Twiglet has a patch all ready dug over for them to go into  :-)


Thanks for all your lovely comments yesterday.  I feel I have soooooo many really good friends out there that I have yet to meet.  You are all such a caring and thoughtful lot.

12 comments:

Twiglet said...

The bluebells look lovely! Will pop down with 2 tomato plants later!!

triciasconfetti said...

Love the bluebells - really cheerred me up. Have had a pretty grim april what with one thing and another so haven't blogged for a while . Hope to get back to it soon but your blog yesterday and today made me feel a bit brighter.
x Tricia

Susan Allan said...

Gorgeous picture...just so right for this time of MAY!!
Sue xx

Clare *Littlebear* said...

Your bluebells are beautiful! Seeing bluebells always lifts my heart.
Hugs, Clare x

Karen said...

Hi Annie, sorry I have been away for a while but its absolute chaos here at the mo! Your bluebell picture is incredible my lovely and I so wish that I could come & just sit in your beautiful garden to relax :-D HUGS xxx

Di said...

Wow, the bluebell picture is gorgeous! Your seedlings are doing nicely too :) Di x

mckinkle said...

Green fingered and so creative too what a lucky girl you are Annie!

Such a beautiful picture, I can almost smell the fragrance of them from here!

Keryn x

Karen said...

Ooh you put me to shame with all your hard work. All I've done is a few baskets and mowed the lawn. Can I come for a salad lunch with you Jo and Tina and taste the goodies when they're grown? Thanks for leaving a comment sorry it wasn't a new post.Working on that and will publish soon. Love Karen

Linby said...

ooh the bluebell wood looks lovely, especially in the white frame and mount. Seedlings are looking good.
Linbyx

okienurse said...

The bluebells picture is awesome. I planted lettuce and peas directly into the garden and it rained so hard the lettuce seed washed away and the peas are on top of the ground. I have tomatoes that look beat to death. Weather is weird this time of year in Oklahoma. Sorry I am late getting around this week but I haven't felt well! Thanks for sharing. Vickie #36

mashy20 said...

Love the bluebell picture......you clever thing :-) xxxxxxx

Jenevieve said...

Lovely bluebell picture! The vegetables are all looking great too! :) x