Behold, my tiny harvest

From time to time, I’d like to think I’ve provided useful information in this space.

My summer heat-beating mojitos had a few people reaching for their muddlers, and a handful of readers produced fragrant crusty loaves from my easy peasy almost-as-good-as-it-gets baquette recipe. I thought my tip of placing a plastic fork barrier between the potato bed and the neighbour’s cat was a bit inspired, but maybe that was just me.

I dug up the rewards of my gardening efforts this morning and it turns out the cat couldn’t have done much damage to my crop.

Behold, my potato harvest.

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That’s it. All of it.

Before reaping my garden bounty, I promised Mr WI64 a fresh-from-the-garden lunch, and kept my word.

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I gave him the largest of the potatoes. I’m that kind of wife.

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This little show and tell to suggest, since my garden has more plastic forks than produce, I won’t be hurt should you think twice about making When I’m 64 your go-to site for garden advice.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Jayne Beason says:

    I suspect maybe your growing successes are planted elsewhere, I heard your garlic harvest is epic! Well at least in past years…
    :- D

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  2. Gery Lemon says:

    Epic would be a stretch…but, yes, there is garlic. 🙂

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  3. Jean Screech says:

    What a wonderful wife to have slaved over your garden all spring and summer and to give the largest of the rewards to your husband is ….well, I have no words. You are truly an amazing wife! And you may tell Mr WI64 that I said so.

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    1. Graham Hill says:

      Truly amazing – very ‘platypussian’

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  4. Gery Lemon says:

    I know. I’m like a white gloved ’50s wife, right? Thank you! I shall be sure to tell Mr WI64 of his good fortune. ☺️

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    1. Jean Screech says:

      He is a lucky, lucky man!!!!!

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