Today was fun. My partner and I decided that if we chop down the canopies of our macadamia nut and mulberry trees the veggie patch next to the house would receive much more sunlight. So he climbed the tree and chopped while I pulled the branches towards me so they wouldn’t land on our neighbour’s roof. I cant wait to look at the sky tomorrow.
I made a trellis for my climbing beans and got to use a drill, which was fun. I quite enjoy using a power tool once in a while. It’s nothing fancy but it’s something for the little guys to cling to.
Anyway, I need to clean my blistered hands and make dinner. Fair well, lovelies!
For anyone suffering from slugs or snails eating your garden, I suggest trying to mulch it with straw. My bok choy was being absolutely slaughtered by the slimy little buggers and now that I have used straw to mulch them they are looking almost pristine. I don’t know why, but it’s working.
This is the worst plant. The rest is hole-free.
My dogs keep exploring my vegetable beds. I yell at them to get off and they stop, look at me and wag their tails. Then they go and explore the vegetable beds some more, crushing cabbages as they go. Perhaps they are munching on slugs and snails.
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