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Walking through Ariston this last week after the huge Winter rains was a real treat.
The “Gat” which is our storage of water for the Summer is almost full.
The poppy seedlings are taking over Matt’s new allotment.
The Worm garden is really establishing and all the plants are growing well.
The potatoes which we have been growing in tyres have sadly been eaten, but on the bright side the beetroot is growing strongly.
The ZTL garden is also establishing well.
Cara and Esther’s bulbs are a pretty as a picture.
The mustard is also starting to flower.
A new Buchu is waiting to be planted (Agathosma Crenulata)
The Lobostemon is making a pretty display.
The Apricot tree which was donated by Julia is full of blossom.
The Pink Marguerite s are cheery
The Nasturtium in the Healing garden has flowers too.
The Lupins are budding
Zayaan’s garden is looking really interesting.
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Beautiful photos plus I leaned a new word Gat