My roses have once again forgiven me for pruning them to within an inch of their lives and have started to come alive
On of the fruit trees is about to burst in blossom
I’ve let a few things go to seed for the bees and to share with my chickens
The steers saw me and called out good morning
The last tamarillo for the year. I might try and get some cuttings started or find some for sale. One tree isn’t enough
The leeks and cabbage doing very nicely
Harvested some silverbeet and celery tops. I’ll chop them up and make a fresh green salad
It’s still really wet out back. We don’t need anymore rain now. We need it to dry.
Unfortunately they are predicting a wet summer.
We shall see how it goes
Praying for just enough water to save me watering by hand.
Your cabbages look lovely. My roses are putting out lots of new growth. I just hope they don't get blighted with black spot like they did last year. It was so humid.ReplyDelete
Don’t want another summer like last year.Delete
Less humidity is better for all
Roses love being pruned. It's good for them!ReplyDelete
I’m amazed every year. I think wow I might of gone overboard and every year they come back.Delete
Lovely to see around some of your property. Everything looks very healthy. And so will you be with all those vegetables.ReplyDelete
It’s very wet at the moment. It definitely looks better when it’s a bit drierDelete
F is super jealous of the tamarillo. She might make growing tamarillos a crteria for where we go to live in NZ. Learn to love that rain - at least you are looking very green. We haven't had rain for months. Summers normally turn up a train of thunderstorms with downpours - none here this year. And your roses will reward you for hard pruning, the flowers will be spectacular.ReplyDelete
They do reward me with beautiful roses They look so pretty when they’re floweringDelete