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Bounty from our much neglected garden

April 19, 2010

Who says raspberries can’t grow in Sydney? This lovely heirloom variety of raspberry can cope with Sydney weather (it has survived in a pot for over a year now, patiently waiting for me to plant it in the garden once I find the perfect spot). It fruits twice a year and produces quite a few big juicy rasberries….which Sam plops in his mouth as soon as he spots them.

This is Tara’s pot of ‘wild’ strawberries. They are tiny little berries that burst in your mouth with a really intense strawberry flavour. She generously shares them with us all…sometimes even insisting on cutting one of these very tiny berries in half just so everyone gets a taste!

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  1. April 19, 2010 1:26 PM

    Wow, these are gorgeous! I didn’t see the strawberries when we were over last…

    C xx

    • spiceandmore permalink*
      April 21, 2010 4:49 PM

      Ah, they hide under leaves and wait for little hands to rifle through leaves looking for treats!

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