The warm weather has helped the flowers pop!
Edging is up, time to fill the beds with Pine Bark Mulch Continue reading John’s Garden Reno Update 3: 3000L of Mulch!
Sleepers? Plastic edging? Metal?
I ended up using fence palings….. Continue reading John’s Garden Reno Update 2: The Edging
So, knowing I would need a wheel barrow to move the 3000L of Pine Bark required for this reno, I went to Bunnings to buy a cheap one…. Continue reading John’s Garden Reno 1: The Wheel Barrow!
Brunswick Gardener has been booked to renovate the garden next door… Continue reading First ‘Garden Reno’ Job Confirmed for Brunswick Gardener!
A few weeks ago, I planted 6 different types of Chillies into a seed tray to go on the warming mat. Continue reading The ‘Chillin’ Chillies
Not looking good at this stage, but stranger things have happened lol
Featuring: Silverbeet, Tatsoi, Red Lettuce! Continue reading Tonight’s Foyer Food
The first Sweet Pea flower has finally ‘Popped’, with promise of many more to come!
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!
Great reference website!
Here is a gallery of pics showing the progression of the East Side Garden – I managed to find some pics that quite old, so you really get to see how the East Side has changed and progressed over the last few years…
Moving house is never easy… its exceptionally difficult if you happen to be a 200Kg garden full of Snow Peas!
Converting the ‘Sunflower Strip’ to a ‘Sweet Pea’ garden has been quite an underwhelming (success?)
This particular garden strip battles a few issues: Continue reading The sunflower strip – now featuring Sweet Peas!
During the raid on the Reardon’s Garden, there was a plant in flower that really caught my attention. They had striking foliage but what really caught my attention were the flowers! Chris had 2 different types growing and the flowers were Green/ Green yellow!
Now, more than ever: OUR GARDEN NEEDS YOU!
(Apologies for ‘tagging’ this post with so many terms – just trying to capture as big an audience as possible. No shame when it comes to repairing / creating productive gardens!)
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