Regina blogger shares ‘oasis’ with public in secret garden tour

A Regina blogger has been sharing her secret garden this summer.

Melissa Tinnish, the lady at the back of M Diva Domestica, opened her outside up to tours as part of a fundraiser, sharing what she calls her oasis with the public Blog Express.


Dinnerware rests on a table surrounded by material and sparkle lighting inside the green area among Tinnish’s fence and storage. A canopy of grapevines holds overhead the region Tinnish and her husband built over their three years dwelling inside the home.  “We revel in eating outside and, with our short, Saskatchewan summers, sadly, we must take full benefit of that,” Tinnish told CBC Radio’s Saskatchewan Weekend.

Once they bought the home inside the Cathedral neighborhood, Tinnish stated, they inherited several perennials and fruit vegetation. No longer best do the flora add to the visible enchantment of the yard; they join the gap with Tinnish’s culinary ardor.

Tinnish said her fruit has been extraordinary these 12 months.

“The first-rate element about doing it yourself — even though that may be a bit of work — is that you can custom to what you need and what you want.” So, no longer most effective does Tinnish makes grape jelly; she adds things like ginger and rosemary. She’s even made grape curry. Finnish following desires to use her weblog to spotlight local agencies and explore more excellent desserts.

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