6 thoughts on “My first cutting garden!”

    1. Thanks Hilary; nice to ‘talk’ to you. It is one of the first things I see when I come in and because those zinnias last so long, it’s a great cut flower to enjoy for a long time.

  1. A lot prettier than vegetables. Some of us at the allotment garden have resorted to silk flowers among the real ones, to keep the display going through this dry season. Can’t imagine you would resort to anything so devious.

    1. Libby! Shame! ;c) Although I have been known to resort to artificial flowers on wreaths and such, all of the flowers in my allotment are real! But you bring up a good point about the drought. I was sure they would be suffering drastically but whenever we visit, none of my veggies or flowers seem to even need water – it’s a miracle! I think the water table is very low under my plot, or maybe there is a constant stream of moisture coming from the water mains, which seem to rupture all the time … We’re lucky in that we have a hose bib right in front!

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