Compost works wonders for plants ... what might it do for ideas?
It's true! I'm envious that you're already harvesting.
Love a good marigold... well done Tom!
Composting ideas! Great. Nice photos as well.
A spring of cool air warmed by the sun and now rain, deserve at least a mention in all this compost, compost, compost talk. May your ideas bloom as well, Tom.
From a non-gardner I give you a big brown thumbs up! I'm looking forward to your composted ideas, Tom, because I know they'll be fresh.
Brilliant work, Tom - I'm in awe of all your fabulous produce!
The rest of my family are accomplished horticulturists, and I'm the non-gardener. Despite my feelings that I won't get to harvest anything, so far I've got some four-inch high runner bean plants, seedlings of rocket (which you guys call arugula over there) and lettuce, AND - not grown from seed this time, but accepted as a ready-made freebie from my mum - a summer squash plant. Fingers crossed they haven't all turned up their toes by July....! 🤣
Wow, that's going to be quite the bounty. And fresh veggies are the best.
Aww! This post is an honor!!
Also envious! Barely have sprouts thanks to a wet and unpredictable spring so far. Can’t wait to read the essay that’s cooking in the background, too.
Love this post, Tom. Your new beds came out great! My wife and I started gardening and composting last year. I think it’s something we’ll continue to work at for the rest of our lives.
Nothing beats fresh veggies from the garden! 🥗
Wow! So cool! Very impressive. I think of my ideas like this too, but I say they’re simmering like a good stew.
Enjoy your break, mate.
Lovely. I moved recently, and now I have a yard for the first time in my adult life. I've always lived in cities. I want to plant some stuff, but I have no idea what I'm doing. Also, every houseplant I've ever owned has died.
I have serious compost envy. That is some of the richest I've ever seen. Damn. Great photos, too - you've had some beautiful weather over there!
I love your marigold border! Lovely garden. I had a compost pile that I was turning and cooking for about a year, then I had to abruptly remove it from its location and I never established a new pile. It was fascinating to watch lettuce butts and orange peels turn into black gold in just a few months.