Knowing when to stop trying


Over the last few days, I’ve done a significant amount of harvesting, which is surprising considering we are at the end of the first week of winter.   The first session was more a case of storm damage.  The peas had…

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Planning the Garden – Stuck in the Middle

This is an easy sector for me to plan as most things don’t move.  There are two asparagus beds and they have already had all the attention they need for the start of the season.  All I have to do…

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Argh – my Jerusalem artichokes have been trying to escape.

It’s not that I haven’t given them a loving home with the very best soil I could provide.  I gave them everything and yet they have lashed out like insolent teenagers.  Well the best way I know how to sort…

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Inadvertent weeding.

The weather is really strange.  The sun is shining and the birds are singing and although slightly chilly it is quite lovely.  What is strange about this is – it’s the school holidays and normally that is just the sign…

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