I’ll be presenting an online workshop on getting your garden ready for Summer, this Thursday.
The weekly updates were proving a bit tricky, so I’ve opted to do a bigger, monthly update from now on…
We often get asked for gardening tips, so have decided to do a weekly post describing things we do to
It’s been a busy week here. I’ve added a second tap in the front yard and divided the drip irrigation into three, smaller, sectors each with its own tap. This should make water use a lot more efficient next Summer as we can easily isolate parts of the garden now in case the weather gets worse next year. New edging along the garden paths means that visitors won’t be tripping on the recycled pavers that I had set, on edge, around the paths. It’s a bit taller too, so we can keep the mulch in place better and keep the paths looking better. Pretty soon we’ll be mulching again for the year. I was waiting until rain had given the garden a good soak before adding more mulch and compost to it but I guess that isn’t going to happen for a while. The soil is positively hydrophobic, water runs off quickly and even down to 45 cm, it is