Our lemonade tree is a replacement for another one that died, and it is still getting established. I'd say this was its second season. Maybe next year there will be a few more on the tree! I'm hoping anyway.
Winter Wednesday Theme. Looks like Hazel's place is a cosy place in winter.
I've been missing in action a bit this week. My dear father-in-law passed away on Tuesday night. Not unexpected, but very sad of course as these times are to families. I may (or may not) write more about him later. Rest in peace Pop.
Cheers for now - Wendy
My reply to your comments in previous post
veggiegobbler - I think your winter garden is looking quite pretty actually. Maybe a harvest will follow.
saving for travel - thanks SFT - not sure about being clever, but certainly I make use of what we do have at hand.
Kim - thanks for your nice words. It is a nice feeling! .... and always good to challenge yourself I think.
Tasmanian Vegan and Minimalist - winter is probably the best time in the garden where we are - I can't get too motivated in summer! I long to live in Tas in summer!
Lyndel - I'll take the flowers too thanks! Your roses looked gorgeous.
muppy - did you end up doing a dish with mandarin? I looked but it didn't jump out at me - hopefully you do. Lucky you with a full tree also!
Leontien - we often have a meatless meal. I do enjoy eggs in quite a few meals too. Thanks for your nice comments.
Gooseberry Jam - yes we did! Have the photos to prove it! Our cabbages and broccoli are powering on this season. First time without those dreaded white moths. More cabbage meals to come as there are still 3 in the garden! Thanks for your nice words, glad to see you back after your holiday.
Fi - so far we have escaped too many pests this season. We do have some pretty big bandicoots digging up holes everywhere though!