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I have spent so many hours on here looking at everyone elses fabulous gardens that I thought it was time that I shared mine, I hope you dont become bored with my ramblings and photos. I hope my first attempt at posting a pic will work, fingers crossed.
Well it seems to have posted perfectly, thanks Doc for the easy to understand Tutorial on downloading pics, and to the lovely person who sometime ago posted a link to a site that resizes photos, good job guys :tup: This is just a small part of my garden, I will definately post some more pics now that I know how to do it.
Hello Lizzie the picture is a real ‘Post Card’ what a lovely spot Col
Looks lovely, looking forward to seeing more 😀
eager to see more buzzylizzie. looks so lovely and green. what is in the little piles of soil in the foreground.?
Very nice!!!!! can’t wait to see more!!!!!!!
Great appertiser. Looking forward to more.
And we could never get bored with your ramblings 😀 … Love garden log threads the bestest ! :metal:
Excellent, I can never be bored with pics of gardens and ramblings about growing things. They are after all some of my favourite subjects! Keep ’em coming.
well I wont your garden already:lol: please keep up the photos and ramble away:tup:
Thanks everyone for your replies and interest in my garden:) This is the same photo as the first but taken 2 days ago, the mounds were soil and mushroom compost. I have 30 Tomatoes growing, about 8 or so different varieties. I grow heaps to preserve and make pasta sauces ect, of which I will post pics of later in the season.
Ok, so you dont preview before posting :uhoh:
This shows my whole food growing area:
Orchard in front
Two vegie patchs behind
Berries to the right of pic
and on the other side of berries is the 3rd vegie patch
and my fabulous Hothouse at the rear.
Oh and a few cows to the left.
This is my Autumn crop of Brown, Red, and Spring Onions, Leeks and Garlic which is nearly ready for picking, usually around Christmas time. I havent grown Leeks before or this many Onions, so pretty happy with the results so far.
This is the same patch (1) as the Onions, I have Corn, Zuchinni, Cucumbers (on wire) and Borlotti Beans at rear growing and in the 2nd pic, there is Jarrahdale and Butternut Pumpkins, Honeydew, Canteloupe and Watermelon,( will be interesting to see how these grow, being a Cool/Temperate area) Then there is Cauli, Lettuce, Carrots, Parsnip, Celery, Beetroot and Red Kidney Beans.
2nd pic from top side