patterns and colour

spinach and sorrel (and a rogue lettuce) strawberries onions, red onions and garlic (had to leave the poppies in, they are gorgeous!) tomatoes, cucumber, melon, chilli peppers peas, courgettes and potatoes Now you know how much I love leaves, and I have this source of inspiration right under my nose! I need to take the time to look at things more often I think, there might be some new pattern ideas lurking among these shapes and colours! : )

16 comments:

diana @ please sir said...

Thanks for the blog add...I thought I already had you on my list, but I didn't...so I added you too!

Mrs.French said...

Wow you have an amazing garden! My seems sort of sad now.

Cicada Studio said...

The garden is a constant source of inspiration. What a bounty you have!

Rosebud Collection said...

I think your garden is really wonderful..It is set up so nicely..
Nothing like growing your own food.
I think I say this all the time..but it is true.

Claire said...

The allotment is looking very fruitful(!) ;)
Sorry! Couldn't resist. We've got tomatoes ready to plant out this weekend (weather permitting!). At this time of year I find it hard to choose between gardening and sewing...! x

Angela said...

Oh, I long for the day when I will have a lawn and a garden!

Jaimee said...

You certainly have a green thumb - Great Garden!

High Desert Diva said...

Your garden is spectacular! Plenty of leafy inspiration there...

blazedanielle said...

Your garden looks great!!! I am so impressed! I can't wait for my strawberries to get red and juicy! :)

M.KATE said...

my goodness, you have this garden and plant all these wonderful veges and strawberries? i love it!!! Mine is too small but how nice to have them straight from the garden :)

Hey Harriet said...

Gosh! That's YOUR garden!?! I'm impressed & jealous! Inspiring & edible goodness :)

Annie said...

I love the leaves and shapes in a garden too. So many lovely things growing. The rain is pelting down here and it's icy cold.

littlebyRD said...

I am jealous of all the fresh produce you will have at your fingertips - it all looks so good!

diana @ please sir said...

Yum yum still looking at these...so jealous of your garden!

ThePeachTree said...

lunch, dinner and strawberries for dessert :) I long to have this much growing on land of our very own!

Shayla said...

Aren't you smart! That's a wonderful gardern. The greenhouse makes it all the more interesting- more variety! I've planted a few strawberries, tomatoes, herbs and this and that in my city plot. Everyday I get so excited to see how much they've grown!