This week is ‘pick your own’ week at the flats. Continue reading The Offerings
I have a real love of easy to grow flowers.
When I was really little, I remember that every time my Grandmother came over she would dig daisies out of our lawn!
I thought it was a hoot to see my old Nan digging bits out of our lawn and sticking them in a plastic bag in her hand bag (she always had a plastic bag tucked inside her hand bag…. I actually think she probably always traveled with a pair of seceteurs too!). Continue reading Bellis Perennis
The new east side strip has been a success in many ways:
- All the seeds have sprouted
- The productive end has already given us Radishes and Rocket!
- The Residents of Mitchell Mews now stop and chat!
With this success in mind, I’d really like to reclaim the garden near the fence on the eastern side. Continue reading Shameless /kickstarter
This Zygo Cactus has been flowering for a couple of weeks now.
Its been in the same spot for at least a couple of years – I think this might be the first time it has flowered. Continue reading Zygo Cactus
A few pics to show how well the East Side strip is progressing!
My Garden express order arrived today.
Im really stoked with their packing. The 4 small tubes were packed in a protective case, then packed in a box.
The 2 bay trees are really healthy and (while tiny) are better than i expected for $5
im hoping my hedlebores flower!
Worked on compost for a short time, helped put ‘tree guards’ around some new plantings and wore myself out digging reeds out of the dam.
Met some nice people…. looking forward to next week
Site Gardener at the Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies
Ive just been accepted as a ‘Site Gardener’ Volunteer at CERES. (Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies)
CERES is awesome, and I’m so lucky to have it close by in Brunswick. Ive mentioned CERES before.
Here’s what I signed up for: Continue reading Volunteering at CERES!