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Saxifrage Blackberry and Apple


Saxifrage  Blackberry and Apple

Still a young plant......not as good as yours,DD!



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This is wonderful !

5 Nov, 2012

 

This is delightful, love the name too.

5 Nov, 2012

 

Looks great :))

5 Nov, 2012

 

Lovely colours

5 Nov, 2012

 

Meadow it is doing just fine, they flower for such a long period don't they? I love ours.

5 Nov, 2012

 

I hadn't come across this one before - simply lovely, and straight into favourites.

6 Nov, 2012

 

It does resemble the colours of Blackberry and apple,Gattina,and as that is a fav crumble of mine,I'm even more fond of it!.......Thanks DD,could you split one to increase the plant,do you think?......glad you also like it TT,Sheibub and Sheilar.

6 Nov, 2012

 

You've inspired me - I've just gone and got a box of Bramley and Bramble out of the freezer for tonight's pudding! If anyone (specially you, Julia) manages to divide this successfully, could you keep me in mind, please? Pretty please, you lovely people! (smarm, smarm)

6 Nov, 2012

 

ENJOY,GATTINA!!!!!! Just having Sicilian Pasta (one of Nigellas!!!)No meat......anchovies intsead!! Will be separating it in the Spring.....Will keep you in mind!

6 Nov, 2012

 

I cannot see why it could not be split, the spring would be ideal.....

6 Nov, 2012

 

Thank you so much! Pasta's very fattening you know! (only joking) I love the one with anchovies. Is it the puttanesca recipe with olives as well? Yummie!

7 Nov, 2012

 

It's the one with tomatoes,garlic and almonds!! Last night was smoked mackerel,orange and couscous!

8 Nov, 2012

 

I agree DD,will leave it until the Spring and then try!

8 Nov, 2012

 

Lovely though!

8 Nov, 2012

 

Hve you tried Puttenesca pasta J? The rough translation is tarts spaghetti! now what does that tell you? Its supposed to be very tasty though. I like blackberry and apple too. (The plant and the crumble)

12 Nov, 2012

 

It's called "prostitutes' pasta", because it takes about as long to prepare as a brief session with one of these "ladies of the night". The original "Wham, bam, thank you Ma'am - and your dinner's ready".

12 Nov, 2012

 

That is the pasta you are supposed to use in this recipe.....PL and Gattina.Couldn't buy it,sadly.

13 Nov, 2012

 

Ho,ho Gattina, dont you think 'tarts spaghetti' sounds so much nicer?? I wish the tart would cook it for me too..lol. My recipe is only good old spaghetti J. In one of Nigellas books I think.

13 Nov, 2012

 

Well, trust her to know!

13 Nov, 2012



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