A trip down the garden path.

My garden is a living, breathing part of my life.
I love digging a tiny trench, taking out a packet of seeds with the hope that the seeds I pour out and plant into the soft soil, all grow into a blooming, fruitful crop.

Previously to my current house, I have been cooped up in tiny apartments without a balcony to be seen or they have been so minuscule, plants would have shrilled at the site of them. Understandably, when I moved house this year, one of the prerequisites was a garden, and I am so glad that it happened! I even have a compost heap. What more could someone want? My life is complete.

I was so excited when I moved into my new abode that I bought and planted the seeds straightaway !!

The little veggie babies I have currently growing :

Peas ♥‿♥

Swedes (• ε •)

Carrots (ᵔᴥᵔ)

Spinach ~(˘▾˘~)

Parsley – of the flat leaf variety (courtesy of previous tenants – thanks guys!)   \ (•◡•) /

Nasturtiums (っ˘ڡ˘ς)DSC01145

Since my current veggie patch is rather small, these are all the veggies I could muster, but fear not, I have big dreams. The next place will have definitely have a larger patch for my big veggie goals.

I’d love to know if you have one!

Zoe xo

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Thanks Jess and Ruby! As always your blog is amazing!! I just read your post and it’s so informative! I aim to be a sustainable human whenever possible xx


  2. Woohooh love this! We actually just wrote a post about sourcing food responsibly- growing your own was top of the list!

    Love the blog, keep it up!

    Jess and Ruby xx


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  3. Catherine says:

    Awesome!!veggies so much more flavour when you do it yourself

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    1. Absolutely! 100% love homegrown! xx


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