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A while ago, my husband & I purchased a portable, upright vegie & herb gardenMuch to our amazement, we have watched these tiny seedlings develop into mature plants. We have been growing roma tomatoes, broccoli, basil, coriander, parsley, carrots & strawberries (3 varieties). We don't have a very big backyard, so this planter we purchased was just the perfect size for a smaller garden.



Do you like my bouquet? My husband surprised me with a bunch of broccoli! We ate it for dinner with our traditional roast which we have each Sunday. It tasted delicious! There is nothing quite like growing and eating organic herbs & vegetables. 

I love the fact we're becoming more sustainable. Do you grow herbs & vegies in your garden? I'd love to know all about it!! Please leave a comment and join my blog, so we can keep in touch.


Yours in style,

Suzi x

What I'm Wearing: Ralph Lauren wool/cashmere cable knit sweater, Bettina Liano bow skirt, Oroton pearls & earrings, Seiko gold watch, Pandora 14ct charm bracelet.

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  1. Love your bouquet Suzi, best part its edible. And as always you come up with creative and innovative "For the Love of Audrey" news. Keep it up xx

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  2. love it!!!

    http://glamourgirl-bg.blogspot.com/

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  3. Thanks for your comments! Appreciate it!

    Suzi x

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