23.10.10

Garden rosemary




Making it's way into wedding bouquets, and just about every type of bouquet. The scent is beguiling, and like the pied piper, or the Bisto advert, has brought customers to our door.

I think some of it may also work it's way into the kitchen.
Other plans for the weekend include: Christmas, and restyling the house on a budget of £0.
Wish us luck, and for Mr Hamilton in Korea.
Do i need matching pair? - please say yes.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Re matching pair; yes.

Sue A said...

I agree, Romona (not sure about the name) looks like the perfect compliment to the otherwise inimitable Hound.

rachel said...

You're asking US? Of course you need a matching pair! A change of name with it, I'd say, but how could you resist? Maybe you've seen sense already and booked your introductory visit. If not, do it now!

But... you aren't one of those "small furies" are you?

Helen said...

Definitely.

Anonymous said...

She is such a delicate flower, perhaps she needs a floral name, a fabulous floral girl for a fabulous florist! The terribly incorrigable Mrs T-J xxx

Just Jane Grace said...

Maybe you don't but perhaps The Hound does....

flwrjane said...

Um I'm holding back my vote waiting to see what Mother Hen has to say.

If it's good with her, it's cool with me.

After all it's not me who gets called for round up duty, Tho I'm come if called of course!

xo Jane

Happy Homemaker UK | Laura said...

Lovely lovely photos ;)

Becca said...

Techically you'd be doing yourself a favour as it says she's "good on her lead" and the hound could learn from her.

Plus she is DEAD cute.

Please get her and rename her rosemary.

Dan said...

Beautiful arrangements. Are those elderberries in there too?
Romona is just gorgeous. I don't think I'd be able to resist!
Dan
-x-

Rachael said...

Ramona! She has such sad eyes. She's almost asking you to take her home and feed her one of those gourmet meals you rustle up for the hound... Go on do it!

Young Blooms Florists said...

Love rosemary...my poor rosemary plant suffers every christmas, but seems to like a hacking. Still alive and kicking!

benjiboy said...

Oh I say how wonderful using the rosemary like that. Jolly good show, a swimmingly good idea. I had made a few herb posies earlier in the year myself for a wedding. Next year I shall get more adventurous with herbs and flowers together and all will be well with the world.
Kindest Regards.
Ranners
www.higgledygarden.com

Modern Country Lady said...

Absolutely, Romona looks adorable and I am sure will love being with you.Thinks what great company and also how stylisg you will look!!
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Mrs B said...

Erm, yes, yes, yes, and yes again..... athough I do agree with FlwrJane re The Mother Hen. I find it hard to imagine she'd say no though.......just think, with two of them you could send one out with the deliveries xxx

Rachel said...

Dear Miss P,

As the owner of a matching pair of rat terriers, I say yes! You definitely need a matching pair.
In other news, I have just posted about you on my own event design blog-
http://finchandthistle.blogspot.com/2010/10/in-love-miss-pickering.html

I am a new but ardent fan :)

a house mouse said...

lovely.