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just some of whats been going on in my garden
these were picked a week or so ago. love the range of colours
these were picked this morning.
I love how nothing has to be perfect looking in the garden to be edible
the start of my winter patch.
cabbages, cauliflower, brocolli and lettuces (Im constantly craving lettuce)
lettuces, rocket and another type in there
completely off my medication now, coping ok, not great, but okay.
but I love my vegie garden, its good therapy
Love your photos, froot_loopz! You are so right about appreciating the variety of shapes and sizes of what is meant to be the same veggies or fruit, too. Sometimes I think the way food is presented in the Stupidmarket is indicative of where our society is at generally – we must all conform & look the same to be acceptable. What an untruth that is.
And gardening really is great therapy. Sunshine, a bit of hard work, having things that need our care – these are all things that help us along the way.
Those capsicums and tomatoes look fantastic froot_loopz, as do the greens. I never get my capsicum plants in early enough for them to be very productive – I’m envious! And their ‘imperfection’ makes them look tastier IMHO! Those box veggie beds look great – where did you get them from?
my ex brings them home from work. I have about 18 of them in my yard, he originally bought a couple home for me, thinking they’d be okay to plant potatoes in, because they are stackable. I havent tried them for that, but I might do this year
Try some truck repair places, they generally throw them out.
not much happening here.
last of the capsicums picked in may
I redid the outside of the chooken run, from when they got attacked by the dog, first time they were allowed out was yesterday, a couple of months since the attack, should have heard how happy they were 😀
this is how it is now
snails and white cabbage worm are beating me with the cabbage
but overall i declare my winter plantings a success, weve been eating out of it most nights for the last couple of months
Mighty fine looking chook house there!