It been ages since ive posted, but new pics and rants are coming soon 😉
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Its been a really bad season this summer for a lot of gardeners in the Melbourne area.
Continue reading Tomatoes: a picture of diversity!
pics of my Hoya in flower. Continue reading A’Hoya there
Finally plucked my first beet of the season Continue reading Cant Beet it!
These guys look so good in the East Side Garden- I had to share this pic Continue reading Livingstone Daisy
I was working on the side garden out if sight from the front fence when I heard a group of people walking passed…. Continue reading Stop and Smell the Sweet-Peas!
Has been a while since some pics of the harvest, so here is a quick update 😉
Continue reading Harvest!
All of the Ladybird eggs have hatched, and the “Ladies” have been getting busy Continue reading The Lovely Ladies: an update
The Ladybirds in the Nectarine have been breeding! Continue reading Ladybird Life Cycle
My Nectarine nemesis is once again covered in black aphids… but hopefully not for much longer…. the ‘Lady Birds’ have landed! Continue reading The Cavalry Have Arrived!
We just had a crazy little storm pass through, not to much damage but the Snow Peas copped it!
Got a letter from Mamma Tony today, yup- a real snail mail letter! Lol
When I see a letter from MT I usually expect a recipe inside, this was a recipe of a different kind…
The warm weather has helped the flowers pop!
At the site we planted:
And a type of lilly ive forgotten the name of 😦
The job being finished off with mulch on Monday. ..hopefully I can call in and take some pics.
I’m hoping I might be able to get some work experience with these guys. Continue reading Deck it Out: Landscape and outdoor Solutions