So i went away for a month, leaving all the little frogs jumping around in the garden and two basil plants, peas, beans, squash, courgette planted out.
And when i came back it was all gone. Nice.
The rucola is the only thing that survives. I guess coz the slugs don’t like it.
A friend mentioned in passing the lasagne technique where you put down card or paper and then the compost soil on top, meaning that the good soil doesnt leach downwards but instead is there to be growing stuff in. Nice idea altho my execution was shit and anyway it’s been so warm here probably it’ll dry out fast. I’ll try anything once though.
Got some luvverly compost
Look at them luvverly little growing beds
The mighty cloche is activated again
Clochecore – peas and beans
“I thought you could eat lasagne”
It’s official – the cherry blossoms are here 🙂
Also a yellow butterfly and some bumblebees are about.
Plus i saw some baby geese already in the polder.
The greenhouse already has autonomously growing chard and rucola.
Some shitty green tomatoes
Things are growing!
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this plant is mullein! never heard of it before or seen it … it’s biannual and so will die soon but what a run it had… they are 3metres easily now…