Come into my garden …

I found some time to make you a pretty bow with the finest social media ribbon…  I made you a movie, so you can come into my garden and have a look around.  You can hear the birds singing, wander around the beds and come into the greenhouse and see what I have growing.

Welcome to my garden….

Come again soon – I have sown my seeds – we won’t starve!

Cheers  Sarah  :  o )

15 thoughts on “Come into my garden …

    1. Hi There. I just did a rough count up and I seem to have over 100 square metres of garden. That is around 1075 square foot! Most of the beds are 2m x 2m (6ftx 6ft) and some are 1m x 5m and 1m x 2m. Gosh – I didn’t realise it was that much! No wonder I feel like I’m always weeding!
      Cheers Sarah : o )

    1. Hi Lucinda. Our winters don’t really get that cold. It only dipped below freezing a couple of times to give us some frosts. It is mostly wet. But we do moan a lot about how cold it is! I am really excited to finally be back at spring again. Cheers Sarah : o )

  1. Hi Sarah … you have been so busy. Loads happening in your space. Laughed when you said about mowing those raspberries! You are so lucky having a flat space for your beds, mine are sitting on a hill. Guessing you don’t have chooks, they would love that spinach!

    1. Hi Julie. We do have chickens, but we got tired of chasing them out of the garden and off the deck, and having to hunt for eggs so we got a professional in to build a proper fence. The chooks will probably get the spinach when I pull it out!
      Cheers Sarah : o )

  2. A lovely way to spend a few minutes on a cold and blustery thursday morning Ms Sarah 🙂 You certainly have your veggie futures shored up and I will be following closely to see where you are heading as with being a month behind you here I can quickly foxtrot my way over to whatever I have forgotten and get a shuffle on to plant/propagate/grow it from seed without the shame of forgetfulness. Cheers for being a month ahead 🙂

  3. beautiful inspiring garden like always 🙂

    how do you keep it snails/slugs free?
    I have a plague at the moment, too scared to saw the peas, soy beans and sugar snap direct, they will be history before I will see the tip of them 🙁

    1. Hi Dina.
      I have to say I am a fan of the little blue pellets. The thing is I am growing the food for me to eat – not them. I have seen photos of a snail crawling over a razor blade so anything that deters them because it is ‘sharp’ doesn’t cut it for me. Beer traps can work, but smell disguising and you have to deal with the drowned ones. Copper tape is supposed to work but if you have a big space it is too expensive. Everything else doesn’t promise to keep slugs and snails away – it just suggests that it might. So I just use the little blue pellets – works every time. Cheers Sarah : o )

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