Finally the Snow Peas and Sugar-Snap peas have broken into flower! Combined with the new Potato Planters the ‘Car-Park Garden’ is booming at the moment…. Continue reading Peas and Potatoes: Carpark Garden Update
The plants are all looking great. .. but still no flowers. … Continue reading Still No Flowers on the Snow Peas 😦
The Raspberry has been planted in a foam box.
Any chance of fruit??
It came as a free gift from Diggers and ha a couple of green shoots that have just surfaced.
Its variety is ‘Pink Neika’.
Time to get my Tomato seeds in trays today! So hard to choose which varieties to plant- I must stop buying so many seeds! Continue reading Tomato Planting Day
Featuring: Silverbeet, Tatsoi, Red Lettuce! Continue reading Tonight’s Foyer Food
My Lemon Verbena got off to a pretty shaky start, but looks like it is on the mend. Continue reading Welcome Back: Lemon Verbena
It’s finally time to plant out the herbs… after long weeks sprouting on the warming mat in my bathroom propagation area and then torture of ‘hardening off’ outside during a Melbourne winter – its time to plant out the herbs!
Last year my attempt at carrots was a bit of a disaster. They all grew into each other in gnarled knots and by the time I harvested them they were still tiny but tasted bitter 😦
Ive updated the Linaria gallery again with some cool pics of the Aphids that have started appearing in one of the pots…
The Carrots growing in the foam boxes (car-park garden) are doing exceptionally well this year! Even I’m surprised that they are happily growing in such a small space: Continue reading Foam Box Carrots
Moving house is never easy… its exceptionally difficult if you happen to be a 200Kg garden full of Snow Peas!
These poor seedlings have been ready to plant out for months.
Ceylon/Malabar spinach likes to climb but im hoping I can get it to hang down or grow across the fence.
Time will tell
Its finally Cauli-Broc time! Continue reading Here come the Brassicas!
Baby carrots grown in foam boxes in the car park and last of the radishes from the east side.
Plenty more carrots to come
More radishes growing in between cabbage on the west side. Everything grows really slowly here… I was still harvesting cabbage from here last year into the middle of summer.
(I know I shouldn’t have cabbage there again…. very bad planning in tetms of crop rotation!)