I seem to be learning loads of lessons in my garden lately. Late planting of brassicas means we aren’t enjoying them yet. Truth is, those rotten slugs have had more of a meal from them than we have. What’s even more interesting, is that a raised bed chocka with brassicas doesn’t have anything that remotely resembles a broccoli – while another garden planted about 2 weeks later, already has a couple broccoli peeping through the leaves!
Well you live and learn don’t you and I have no doubt that I have loads more gardening lessons on the way.
Oh dear … turkey convention! Mating on the agenda …
Yesterday being Sunday and lovely weather – meant I was out and about spraying my vegetable garden with seaweed fertiliser – not the smelly stuff, no way. The sprayer was in the tray of the ATV and yours truly was motoring around the garden blasting vegetables and flowers alike with loads of good cheer and kelp!
So I have a few pics as you would expect … no lambs this week, but more on the horizon!
Spring is knocking on the door ..
Yes, an honesty box!
Out and about near our place
And we all know where this is don’t we?
From me and the pooch
Happy gardening …