Sunday, October 11, 2009

I would like to say thank you to all the comments you have left on my blog it is nice to know that I am not the only one out there with a DH that can't tell the difference from a weed and a plant.
It seems to be a sore point with us all and I think that a lot of DH have been band from the garden.

I would like to say I had a lovely time at the nursery and here is the replacement passion fruit with it own bamboo stakes for protection, lets hope this helps. I also brought some Zinnias ( love these) and a plant that I only know as yesterday, today and tomorrow. It is a shrub that has dark purple flowers to start of with and as they age they get lighter purple to white. It has one of the Nice's smells and I have planted them in front of our lounge room windows. If you do know its botanical name please let me know I know its a old plants , love the old plants I know they are not every ones cup of tea but there is something about them. My garden is a mixture of all types of plants I think of it as a old garden, its the type I grew up in with. It has a lager variety of plants from things that smell nice to things you can eat.

I also got to do some sewing with a bag for me . I used the same pattern as the bag for my sister. I also got to do some work on my HO HO HO's, it is hard to believe that Christmas is only around the corner where has the year gone. Well I hope you all have a great week and happy sewing.
Hugs Bec


  1. You've been such a busy bee and now you have my mind going trying to remember the name of that darned plant!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

  2. My mum always calls it "Kiss-me-quick!" but it's name is Brunfelsia I think. Funny how they get these funny little names aye? I didn't realise til the other day that Cape Weed Daisy is also known as "wet-the beds" lol... have fun in the garden!

  3. good to hear your working on your xmas gifts..........nice bag.........goodluck to the new passionfruit.........