Friday, 7 March 2008

accidental gardening

look at these beauties.... the yummiest, sweetest cherry tomatoes I ever tried. Ironically they are also from the only tomato plant that I didn't plant. My feeble attempts at cultivating tomatoplants failed miserably and I was left with my accidental garden.
Our accidental garden is growing among the camelias at the top of the garden, this is where we dig in the debris from cleaning out the guinea pig hutches. So our tomato plant grew from recycled seeds that were planted encased in their own little pods of fertiliser.... LP is tickled pink by this plant because one of her favourite books is Moya Simons' "My Amazing Poo Plant"


  1. Hi Mari,
    Thanks for the comment about my patterns. They have been lots of fun to make, I hope people enjoy them as much as I do! Carli talks about you often and how lovely you are. Just thought I would let you know that you are more than welcome to purchase a pattern directly through me or can visit a link to a patchwork store that I will post on my blog soon. Email me if you like (tonicoward(at)aapt(dot)net(dot)au)
    P.S. Those cherry tomatoes look divine!!!

  2. Accidental veggies are great! We have some accidental cucumbers that are the oddest looking things. A rugby ball shape but hard and furry. Yum though :o)


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