Monday, August 29, 2005

We've just started harvesting the Raspberries (Autumn Bliss & Allgold) despite the ravages of convolvulus.  Posted by Picasa


Anonymous Beryl said...

Thoroughly enjoyed seeing all your
photos. The plot is looking very productive indeed and all very healthy. Keep up the good work.

Best Wishes

Tuesday, 30 August, 2005  
Anonymous pam said...

these raspberries look gorgeous.I hope there are lots more to come! I see I am not the only one who makes comments, so that is good. A bit hot for doing anything much today, especially lifting paving.

Wednesday, 31 August, 2005  
Blogger Mike said...

Hi Beryl,
It was a nice surprise to read your post - I have been checking your site every now and then to see how you are getting on and each time I visit I am amazed at the sheer variety of what you grow, including all the flowers as well as fruit and vegetables. Many congratulations on your award.

I am delighted with the bean frame I made after visiting your site for the first time - it is so much easier for picking than the wigwams I was using befor. I can now see as well how easy it will be to just cut the strings at the end of the season and put the whole lot on the compost heap.

With best wishes, Mike

Wednesday, 31 August, 2005  
Blogger Mike said...

Hello Mum,

Thanks for your post - I'm glad you like the look of the raspberries. I will bear in mind your advice regarding drying old Runner Beans for the winter.

By for now, Mike

Wednesday, 31 August, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

raspberries make me incredibily horny. i think that it must be all the vitamin c in them.

Saturday, 03 September, 2005  

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