The modest crop was not too shabby considering things got off to such a late summer start. Courgette was good value and would plant more next year. Also heartening to find one aubergine nestled under the leaves of a plant about to be ripped out for compost. It is possible to grow in Wellington – […]
More homework required to figure out what makes this delicious vegetable ‘tick’. Lots of yummy leaves, but small rewards growing underground to date.
I’m hoping the lettuce which has established from seed will last into the late autumn. Such a lovely shock of green against the old bricks. And edible too!
Taking cuttings from hydrangeas is not only easy but a cost effective way to gain some lovely meaty sized flowers for your garden. There are many websites which cover methodology. I found this Hydrangeas website to be the most useful. In New Zealand, February is thought to be the best time to take cuttings. I […]
And so we begin.