With the recent rain, the veggies gardens are really coming to life this year with promising growth and some produce already being harvested.
In the tuckshop area, we planted some lettuces, which are already being used for tuckshop. Some education was needed to make sure that the whole lettuce hearts weren't plucked out altogether and only leaves were harvested to ensure continuous supply. As it were the first lettuces were going to seeds already with the heat. Experience learned,…Continue
Finally the rain has hit! I am getting rain weekly and the garden is sure enjoying it. I can't wait for school holidays to start so I can get a lot of work done now that the weather is cooling off.
The asparagus certainly perks up with the rain. I harvested 10 spears last week and I've obviously missed quite a few this week.…Continue
As I prep the beds for 'Autumn' -- albeit a hot & sweaty task -- the Vetiver hedges have reached a stage where they are becoming true enclosures.
Wee packets of soil they are.
I've only recently trimmed the hedges for mulch and split some of the clumps to supply stock for a local community plant-out along the…Continue
Well, well, well... !
After being extremely slack for a very long time on this site, I've found myself back due to the quality info on here. I've been researching 'Dyschoriste depressa' for the newsletter I write up regularly, and found that another member (Ann) had posted some pics of this dreaded weed we're currently doing battle with!
Although I've been away from the BLF community for quite some time, thoughts of wonderful members I've…Continue