Anyone for lettuce?

We’re fully stocked with salad leaves. At the moment it’s all year round lettuce, spinach and rocket leaves available in the kitchen garden. And growing on we have yellow courgettes, mini munch cucumber, tomatoes, money maker are my favourite variety. As well, we have normal cucumber, green courgettes, dwarf beans, and dwarf peas, lots of herbs and tons of strawberries with heaps of flowers on them as well.

Good job the garden is looking rosy as we’re having the house re-vamped and it’s going to be a bit of a building site during the summer months

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Redington 2 cover
In writing news, this will be available soon.

And I’m busy working on my next pocket novel, which is a romantic story set in the Caribbean, so off there now. So I’m going to have some chopped pineapple to eat while I’m sailing away… Up to chapter 6, and more news on that as it develops.

Enjoy the lighter nights and mornings. It’s getting light at half past four in the morning now when I go out to my cleaning job.

skunkAnd the great thing is I’m all done by coffee time.sun

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Author: susanjanejones

I write pocket novels for My Weekly and also enjoy writing short stories. Gardening and reading are my other pastimes.

4 thoughts on “Anyone for lettuce?”

  1. Your garden’s looking lovely – I’m very envious. The first thing I’m going to do in my new garden is to make a veg plot. But still keeping all fingers and toes crossed at the moment that the sale of our present house and purchase of the new one all goes through without any hitches, so I won’t tempt fate by buying any seeds just yet! Pleased your writing’s going well. Caribbean, eh? Very exotic!

  2. I’ve got plenty of rocket growing – it self seeded when we were away on our long trip last year and is doing much better than any I’ve grown deliberately.

    btw, my pineapple mints are doing really well! I’ve been putting a few leaves in salads and my breakfast yoghurt.

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