Thursday, January 01, 2009

will it be divine in 2009?

If nothing else, it will be lush.

Rain glorious rain throughout December meant I returned home to a veritable forrest in my veggie patch.



Full marks to anyone who can identify the featured plants (especially the fruit with the broad leaf that's now being crowded out by the nightshade family!)

May you get all you desire in the coming year. Wishing you a (fairtrade, 80% cocoa solids) chocolate coated 2009.

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8 Comments:

Blogger Johanna said...

I just don't know my plants well enough to guess what they might be but they do look lush - I agree that the rain feels like a gift when I look out to the garden! Hope that your 2009 is a good one!

10:15 pm  
Blogger Single White Female said...

Happy New Year to you too AOF it's going to be great one I am sure. I look forward to many more fantastic blogs in 2009 :)

10:51 pm  
Anonymous Foodista said...

Happy New Year! Here's to a better year this 2009!

8:47 pm  
Anonymous Duncan | syrupandtang said...

Ooooh a chocolate coated year sounds good, AOF! And may yours be fruitful and delish:)

Believe it or not, my capsicum is actually suffering from *too much* water.

3:17 pm  
Blogger docwitch said...

Happy New Year!

That garden of yours is looking luscious! I'm loving this mild and rainy summer. At this rate, I may even become a 'summer person'.

10:41 am  
Anonymous glutenfreeforgood said...

Your plants look lovely, while I shovel the snow from my back porch. I have no idea what your fruit plant is, but I'm curious. Fill us in.

As for a chocolate filled New Year -- sounds good to me! Add a little almond and dried cherries to the dark chocolate and I'll toast to that.

Here's to a healthy and happy New Year!
Melissa

12:59 pm  
Blogger Ran said...

is the vine for the leaves or the grapes? i just started one for the leaves... cant wait to eat dolmades!

1:30 pm  
Blogger Another Outspoken Female said...

Dolmades will be made this week! Ran - the vine is for both, though I suspect the Greek family who planted it 50-plus years ago made table wine from it too.

Ah...snow..seems like something out of a Harry Potter book after two days of lying on the beach!

And Duncan - same to you but with macarons on it :)

Docwithc - that Vitamin D is great for happiness (in fact a deficiency of it is a documented cause of depression).

Foodista - yes a better 2009 sounds just fine.

SWF - you too )

Johanna - all will be revealed soon.

9:21 am  

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