My freezer is getting full of frozen redcurrants. The blackcurrants don’t last long but I seem to have less things I bake with redcurrants.
Redcurrant sauce is about it and putting a sprig of them on the place when I eat certain meats. Hmm, yeah that’s about it. Any recipe ideas let me know. Looks like it will be another bumper crop of redcurrants this year.
Now onto another favourite in the garden, this here robin or two or three.. There’s always robins in my garden. Many of you will have a different type. Here’s a few pics of mine.
Much bolder than the starlings who fly at the slightest of movements. As soon as I step onto my patio the/a robin comes to see what I’m up to.
When I’m inside they enjoy having a bath in peace.
I’ve started putting things around the garden in the hope that I can get some fab pictures of them sitting on different objects. Not much luck yet, I’ll have to get a better camera first. Here’s as far as I’ve got.
My AtoZ Blogging Challenge is all about gardening, Lynne style.
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great choice for “R”
A garden appreciator here, but no gardener I’m afraid to say. I think it skipped a generation as my Mum is a wonderful gardener, having built a fantastic cottage style garden. She also has regular robin visitors and they are remarkably bold. If she’s late in putting out their food, they virtually come knocking on the patio doors!
Bunny and the Bloke
Who knows what or who will inspire us? My Dad inspired me with gardening. I’m pretty useless which is a good thing for the wildlife. I’m a willing yet haphazard gardener if you ask me.
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