I have come back all inspired (I'm a bit of a green old hippy at heart, and this sort of thing is so me).
One of the workshops I did was on foraging for wild food (the other was street art), and apparently you can blanch dandelions like chicory and eat them as salad leaves (you are all going to tell me you knew that now, aren't you?), plus the flowers are good for making marmalade -I totally need to google that and find a recipe. Anyway today, instead of madly grubbing all the dandelions out of the garden I am going to go round an pop inverted plantpots over them all instead. I'm also going to tie little rag-flags onto all my beanpoles to make them pretty. David will HATE that ;DI heard from Gaynor that she had recieved the prize she won in my blogoversary draw, so I can show it on here now. Gaynor grows a lot of veggies, so I designed this tiny vegetable garden sampler for her, and finished it as a pinkeep (its backed with the fabric its photographed on, which is a leftover bit from a dress I made Eloise when she was a toddler).
This is my 100th post on this blog, so I'm off to reward myself with a nice cup of tea and a bun.
Have a great weekend everyone