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January 25, 2012

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Denise | Chez Danisse

Glad to know it is the corn and not the dog that will be in a pot or on a grill. Ha! We are so far from corn season... I'm jealous. But if we had fresh everything all of the time it wouldn't be as enjoyable, right? Enjoy your corn!

Tree Surgeons in London

Now you see scruffy has the right idea lol

Lesh @ TheMindfulFoodie

mmmm...corn! Love your gardening stories – and pics. I haven't touched gardening in a while, so admire your work and passion. Are you going to selling your produce at farmers markets? I'll def have to come and see you then :-) Happy new year, BTW. I see you've had a fab start to 2012! Lesh x

alison

the sunflowers DO wind up stealing the show, don't they? g planted and tended a long row of mammoths along our garden fence last summer and while they didn't look like much for a while, they wound up dominating the entire garden landscape after a while, as a visual element, anyway. and i know a few mice, some red squirrels, fat bluejays, and raucous compost-partying crows who were VERY HAPPY with our fine harvest of giant sunflower heads.

i love that i can feel your summery heat through your images. it does me such good, in the midst of winter.

sophie

Glad thats the corn you mean Lucy... didn''t have my reading glasses on at first so thought... are they chooks lying there... headed for the table this weekend? Then noted your comment corn not dog...
phew!
hope you are enjoying the harvest...
S

amy

summer! i love the fun i feel during summer time. i remember eating my favorite greek yogurt brand during these hot days. please do visit my site. do you have any recipe that uses greek yogurt? :)

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