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Checking for peas in the tepee.
Not only are pansies beautiful in the garden, they are edible. They are great to add colour to cakes or as a fun inclusion in a salad.
Building new pallet compost bays.
Pea plants are growing nicely up the bamboo tepee.
Flowers means peas are coming. Can’t wait!
We harvested the sweet potatoes and found more than we expected.
The soil looked fertile with so many worms!
This choko sprouted on my windowsill. Ready to plant in the veggie patch now that the weather is warming up.
Our 2018 garlic crop is in the ground, 50000 cloves this year, all planted by hand.
Photo credit: Anthony Coafield
Its the time of year to plant garlic and with thousand of cloves to plant, we are thankful to family and friends that have lent us a helping hand.
The bees are loving the chia flowers.