The complication is that when I ran out of on-hand supplies I had to venture out into the darkness and pouring rain to pick some more.
My previous batch was made from my own cabbages but none…Continue
I just spent a couple of days out on the Western Downs. While I was away we had 20 mm of rain here at home, and another 16 mm fell tonight after we returned.
But around Chinchilla it is dry as drought is.
The cattle are scrawny. Even the brumbies are ring barking the trees as they chew off the bark to sustain themselves and many dead kangaroos dot the roadside because they put themselves at pedestrian risk in their hunt for food.
On the drive back we must have seen…Continue
Images more for me than for anyone else, September registers as green. That's despite the dry weather over the Wintering.
What with this and that, I've run out of things to do.
The Milk Crate 'garden' has been extended with more herbs planted and experimental Goji berry bushes. I needs my supply of thyme and oregano -- my fix.…Continue
The renovations are proceeding as I embrace a new gardening template.Jungling habits remain.
This is looking south along a Vetiver bordered pathway.
I think I'm finally developing a serviceable tomato rig.
Analogy: kelp forest.
Love this image. Captures the garden's magic.…Continue
I harvested mulch from my Vetiver hedges today now that the grass clippings are no longer available -- as lawns are in hiatus -- as are lawnmower men.
A new system of carpeting soil is upon me as I laid out the stems over one of my productive beds.
This time of year the chickweed drives me crazy.
I also planted out seeds -- yes seeds! -- for potato onion and perennial leeks which I got from a specialty nursery in Bendigo. In the meantime my most…Continue