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Morning all. Going for a Chinese lunch today, followed by a wander around local town. Visitors go tomorrow. Then back to the weeding!
I don't freeze them, but when my son in law did, without blanching, they were inedible.
Your gardening effort haven't gone unnoticed OL, you've done amazingly well after a fairly short time and I've followed your sweet pea progress on the SP thread.
Here is a garden we visited in France on Sunday. Just one pic as it's late and I'm off to bed. May send more later.
Is it a shrub you are looking for? Is it in shade or sun, dry or damp, acid or alkali? Do you want flowers or would variegated leaves be OK? Euonymous fortunei is evergreen and comes in different varieties of leaves, gold and green, silver and green. Easy to grow.
This is what we did on Saturday with OH's BIL and his wife, floated down the Dordogne river in a boat.
Curry plant's latin name is Helichrysum italicum, forgot how to spell it. Lychnis seeds itself, you can scatter the seeds and it'll pop up next year.
The red one is lychnis coronaria and the other one is a curry plant.
Crikey! Had a look, scarey. Never seen that before. Fancy advertising for fake passports! Need the fraud squad more than the moderators
Don't you even blanch brussel sprouts iGrow? They taste disgusting if you don't blanch them.