When I got back from Europe, I could not take the pumpkin forest anymore. It had to go. I had spread some seeds among it hoping something else got to grow in my absence. Some sweet peas did but they were so feeble, that they were not worth saving. The kids had deserted the garden when the weather was so lovely. They could barely get to the trampoline, you see. So, it had to go. Yay, what a relief. There is now room to breathe and…Continue
It sure is raining. Buckets of the stuff.
Who woulda thought?
The Winter Solstice may have just visited but hey this is the sub tropics!
With so such moisturised goodness under foot, what can we plant?
If we are expecting to be frost free, well then: go for it I say. Get rid of all those old seed packets by planting out their contents.Clear out the cupboard for a Spring buy up.
Here's a list.…Continue
I have been busy pottering around in my garden and am starting to finally see some harvests and a decrease in my weekly veggie shop. Today at the markets, my bill came to $25 - this is down from between $40 to 50 weekly when nothing is coming out (brief period at end of summer when that horrible dry spell was upon us). It was funny, I was listening to a podcast today ABC Adelaides gardening talkback and the topic was "Is it profitable to grow your own fruit and veggies." …Continue
After some keen renovation work and extensive planting of Vetiver hedgerows I've planted more veges (& herbs) than I've ever done before.
Both seeds and seedlings.
Conscious calendar-ruled seasonal plantings isn't my usual norm. But the June crazies are upon me like a chilling wind.
This discussion -- Direct Sowing of Seeds (Part the…Continue
Added by Dave Riley on June 3, 2019 at 19:00 — No Comments