The ramblings of an organic gardener, good food enthusiast and reluctantly ageing hippy chick
Hey Mary - it's been a long time! Hope all is wonderful with you. I think I'm supposed to choose just one photo for the contest, but thought they were all equally nice. I'll probably get disqualified, but it's worth sharing I think, given there was nothing at all here the year before. I've been adding wood chippings and fallen leaves the whole winter, so I'm ready to start again for 2013, as soon as the moon is in the right phase :)
Hi, I'd love to submit some of my photos for the contest. You can see them at http://jenellesphotography.blogspot.com. Thank you!Jenelle
Hi Jenelle - you have to submit them to the Back to Eden Film FB page, by sharing a link to your website/blogspot. You can find the FB page at:https://www.facebook.com/BackToEdenFilmOrganicGardening?fref=tsGood luck! :)
What beautiful photographs, and what a range of things you can grow! I am envious of your climate :)Margaret
Thank you Margaret - we grow lots more things, all in small quantities. Our climate is a double edged sword; whilst we can grow exotic fruit and nuts, I miss being able to grow peaches, raspberries, rhubarb etc., plus we have to contend with the occasional hurricanes...overall though, it is rather lovely!
Yay you're back and of course back with STUNNING photos. Cherimoya? There is a drink here (store bought) that used cherimoya flavoring. Honestly I thought it was a made up taste. I had no idea there was a real fruit. I'll have to check that out sometime. I'd love to see if they taste the same as the flavor I'm drinking, ha.
HAHAHA! 1st Man, they are definitely real. We actually call them Sugar Apples and Custard Apples (slightly different varieties of a similar fruit), but I believe the rest of the world call them Cherimoya, so I labelled as such. When properly ripened, they taste out of this world. Something akin to ice cream soda is the best I can describe, but in a pudding/custard texture?? I believe you have a green variety in the US, whilst ours are a rosy pink colour - I assume they taste the same? Good luck with finding one. x