Today has been just beautiful in the garden and it has given me the chance to get vegetable seeds in the ground.
I have sown squash, broccoli, kale, onion, radish, spinach, carrot, red peppers and herbs.
That just leaves spinach beet and runner beans to sow later.
I’m looking forward to eating our own veg once again as it all got disrupted by moving house (again).
Anyway, here’s to growing food instead of lawns!
We always seem to move in winter. I’m glad that our intention is to stay put this time, I would dearly like to see a garden into its third summer.
Anyway, winter has the advantage of the full growing season ahead and today I began my vegetable patch.
It is more pertinent than ever since R and I became vegans.
Growing our own food is one.of those things which is at the heart of my world view and I am glad to have dug the first border:
I’m digging two three meter by half a meter borders because that’s the size of the cloches I have. Our youngest dog was “helping” me:
It has started to rain so I have.come in.for a cup of tea and to write this, which suits the oldest pooch just fine:
There isn’t much space in our new garden what with decking, fish pond complete with inherited fish and two sheds, but I am determined we will eat as much home grown food as I can muster.