Thursday, July 28, 2011

Hidden Surprises in Winter Food Garden


A cold winter's afternoon and my garden seemed colorless but then I looked closer, and what a joyous world full of the promise I discovered.














A passion fruit flower beside the lavender,


Edible drumstick blossoms. A small choko starting to form and mulberry flowers.















strawberries beginning and an edible calendula flower,




pepino blossoms, and three ripening passionfruit.



4 comments:

Rambling Woods said...

It's funny to think of you in winter while it is so hot here in the US...but even in winter, you have a wonderful garden to visit... Here... it will be snow.. Michelle

Hassles free said...

You have such beautiful and delicate collection of flowers. I wish you even more lustrus colors and leaves in spring!

Hassles free

Fishtail Cottage said...

We are just coming into our warm summer months....& you in winter. Although your blooms do not look our winters here in Washington State! thank you so much for sharing at Cottage Flora Thursdays! Fun to see what is going on in different parts of the world! xoxo, tracie

Tootsie said...

What a pretty post!!! Your photos are just lovely!
Once again I am just loving the tour of all the gardens that have linked in to my little party! I am so excited to visit each and every post...they are all so inspiring and I am NEVER disappointed! The creative gardens and colorful displays that I am lucky to see are inspirations that I would never have found had I not found each of the gardeners I see online! Thank you so much for sharing your garden with my Friday Flaunt this week...I do hope you will link in again soon!
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