January 21, 2014 at 12:36 pm #534602dianneParticipant
you just keep talking about all those tomatoes and I beat she’ll turn up :laugh:January 21, 2014 at 12:49 pm #534603earthworm42Member
im here couple times a month :wave:January 26, 2014 at 10:52 pm #534604katefishMember
I hop on here about once a month since I returned to my place year ago – rented for 6 or more years and such a mess to return to… Love this community I have been here since early 2006 and the folk here are so helpful and collectively wise… :hug:January 27, 2014 at 3:06 am #534605mistyhollowsMember
:wave: Sticking my hand up for the roll call 😛 . I am still popping in, just not always commenting. I had a crazy year last in 2013 with the kids schooling in DE so not as much as I’d like is happening in the gardens other than the cherry tomatoes and rhubarb taking over atm :laugh:January 28, 2014 at 12:35 am #534606
:wave: Hi everyone. Thanks for popping in to say hi! mistyhollows – your avatar has reminded me of our BOB challenge. Maybe we ought to kick off another growing challenge, although it’s the wrong time of year for pumpkins. What could we grow in winter do you think?
Also, maybe we could have another swap, like the old op shop swaps, home made swaps etc?….January 28, 2014 at 12:28 pm #534607VanessaMember
That sounds like a fantastic idea Bel. Both the growing challenge and the swap.
As for growing in winter, I think I might be able to come close to winning “most self seeded chard growing in multiple places in the back yard” LOLJanuary 28, 2014 at 11:42 pm #534608froot_loopzMember
is chard silverbeet? Ive got that self seeding all over the place which is good, its wabbit and chooken food.
good luck to keeping your gardens alive adelaidains, stinking hot till at least wednesday next week.
Ive killed the back and hips, playing cricket monday night, I didnt feel this bad after the first game of the season, back spasms are a cow. Im apparently walking like Ive got something shoved up my backside 🙁January 29, 2014 at 10:56 am #534609jaden62Member
I’m just pretending to try to keep the small bit of garden @ the new house alive, the old house will just have to do it’s best until I’m functional again. I had my rotator cuff repaired just over 2wks ago, so I really can’t do anything. The specialist has told me it will probably be around 6mths before I’m back to anywhere near “normal” (me???…normal???), so I’m having to use a lot more water than I normally would, because I can’t lug buckets around. So, I can’t dig, or cut things back, or garden as I normally would; just concentrate on not letting the soil dry out too much, & keep alive what I can.January 30, 2014 at 3:19 pm #534610busylizzieParticipant
dianne post=359793 wrote: you just keep talking about all those tomatoes and I beat she’ll turn up :laugh:
:wave: :hug: missed you all so much.
Gee Dianne, who would you be referring to???
I pop in every once in awhile, life has become some what hectic, so hectic, the Spring garden was not planted in 2013 🙁 maybe we need to start some logs again about our properties? (Bel, your doing a wonderful job)January 30, 2014 at 4:05 pm #534611SteveKeymaster
Hi BL! :wave:
🙂January 30, 2014 at 11:16 pm #534612froot_loopzMember
hope you heel on track Jaden and doesnt take longer than what they sayJanuary 31, 2014 at 9:29 pm #534613
Hi everyone!! Good to see some new and ‘old’ faces alike 🙂 It sure is hot here. I spent the day in an office at work, so I didn’t really get the full force of the heat. I’m so grateful for our shadecloth-covered chicken coop/vegie garden. Hope you’re feeling better soon fruit-loopz & jaden62.February 1, 2014 at 8:58 pm #534614JeanieParticipant
Jeanie calling in from Hades 👿 is what it feels like here have to spend more time on ALS instead of FB,dont have much to report re garden being burnt to a crisp only harvest Iv e had are Apricots + Mandarins ,chooks surviving under sprinkler 45 today :pinch:February 1, 2014 at 10:39 pm #534615SteveKeymaster
Welcome back Chezza and Jeanie 🙂February 1, 2014 at 11:45 pm #534616
Hi chezza, Jeanie and steve :wave: Also feels like Hades here – reached 45 today :sick: Thanks God for bore water keeping our garden alive.
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