You and your family are just amazing. The kids grew all the vegetables?
I am overcome with admiration and jealousy.
You all are inspirational and v. photogenic:-)
Ahhh….Black Seaman tomatoes. One of our favorites!
Brilliant ! Outstanding efforts all round. Your children could teach some children a thing or two. It is wonderful to see how involved they are, and beside you both in all your creations. I would love to read a story to the children in school about your wonderful family life.
Keep up the great work.
OOhh… I have goose bumps! I can almost smell the earth and feel the air cool as the sun sets in these photos. Beautiful. It's nice to see someone else thinks that taking a break from work means plotting a veggie patch!
so beautiful….i am a tad obsessed with vegie gardens at the moment. we r on a little suburban block & have a baby vegie patch at home, which is great for now. i so love picking herbs & vegies straight from the garden to add to dinner or making fresh herbal teas – lately i have been dreaming of more land – more glorious space to put in a proper vegie garden, fruit trees, etc & become more self sufficient….your gorgeous vegie patch has just left me dreaming even more.
thanks for sharing. :) xxx
Very nice! But where do you find the time to do all that? Your energy is amazing!
Ah!! Swiss precision…but not too fast :)
Woah, you amaze me! I honestly don't know how you do it all! So fun!
Absolutely lovin' it! Way to go!
Having serious veggie garden envy!
Love. There is nothing better than picking dinner. (Well, OK, your blooms are better…but it's still lots of fun and deliciousness.) I just finished planting our new raised beds. I thought we'd be finished building them in a day–but my husband is Swiss, which means my throw-'em-together-and-get-it-done idea needed to be refined…and engineered…and measured…and leveled. A month later…I love the beds, but still–a month??? Holy moly.
You have some seriously awesome garden helpers! Enjoy!
100% pure awesome!
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This was so inspiring! If you still this patch in 2013, would love to see how went. Have been reading through your blog this weekend and it has been so inspiring. Please keep up your posting and sharing — as it truly is inspiring to others. Good luck on findings a new/bigger farm!