Sonia, Shelley and Renata were full of SUN-shine when they created the
The J garden was past its prime and needed a huge rework.
Here Renata and Sonia discuss what seeds they are going to plant. Chili, Tomato, Bright Lights Spinach were decided upon.
Shelley found treasure of dozens of Calendula seedlings in Craig’s garden and proceeded to plant them in rows like the rays of the sun, radiating out from the pineapple.
The red poppies were left at the one corner and more lettuce was added.
The completed rework…. now all we need is a little rain, sunshine and patience.
A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust.
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Taking a stroll around the “J” garden is a delight. The butter-nut which propagated from the worm compost is now sporting many flowers and 3 baby butter-nuts.
The “J” Garden’s worm propagated Tomatoes are starting to fruit. I have identified 3 different varieties.
In Craig’s Homoeopathic garden the Yarrow , is in full flower with lots of new growth showing.
Bonnie’s broccoli is just amazing, the heads are so huge.
The Calendula is bright and cheerful after all those rainy days. Full of seed waiting to be harvested.
The Lemon tree had a deformed lemon. I cam only assumed that some bug attacked it while it was forming. I am still going to eat it.
The Oregano planted in the “Worm Garden” has sprouted into life. As well as the Lemon grass, Rosemary, Winter Savoury and the tomatoes.
The tomatoes in the Worm Garden have been pruned and tied up the stakes.
Simum, my horticultural assistant, applying pipes to the planted watering coke bottle in the Winter garden where the tyre potatoes are being grown.
The potatoes in the Winter Garden ready for the next tyre.
June’s hibiscus giving some bright Winter cheer.