Dear Laura,

The garden is blooming at the moment, I love having all the vegetables back there, every morning waking up and opening the blind to look to see how they are doing. 

I have always loved sweet peas and it turns out peas are equally as pretty as plants. And our peas are ready for eatings. 

Straight from the pod, yum yum yum

lots of love


  1. Oooh peas already, well done you x

  2. AnonymousMay 26, 2011

    Please, peas tell me your secret! I'm attempting tomatoes and radishes this year but they hate me. They're really not thriving at all. In fact "dying" is probably a more apt word.

  3. I am not sure what the secret is, the only thing I did differently this year, was have some very small hands help me plant. I think he was my lucky charm because although I needed to regulate the seed distribution, small hands it seems don't understand the intricacies of planting just a few seeds in a row (I am not sure I do either to be fair), he was definitely my lucky charm, everything we planted together has done extremely well. He can be found mostly hiding with his mum in paper bags see the last picture here: http://nimblefingersandsteadyeyebrows.blogspot.com/2010/12/christmas-aprons.html


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Annie and Laura x

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