Monthly Archives: November 2010
The amount of time elapsed on normal calendars between when Christina 1st came to look at our garden and discuss what FiMBY could help us with (12 June) and the day a lot of Lottie’s Lot was planted out (11 September) was … Continue reading
Ever since our hot composting session in early October we’ve been keen to give it a try ourselves. We’ve needed to get a few elements together: Pallets: to make bays for the compost to compost in. We got 1 double … Continue reading
Our second garden craft session was pushed back a week to 20 November since we took a spontaneous trip to Victoria the weekend before (when the session was originally scheduled). I was slightly annoyed with myself because I really wanted … Continue reading
Sorry I haven’t updated the blog for a while. It’s certainly not because there’s nothing to report; Lottie’s Lot is THRIVING! However we went away for a long weekend in Victoria the weekend before last – so not only were we … Continue reading
Saturday was the day that Big Green’s green manure met it’s fate: it became green manure. All for a good cause: this is in preparation for our tomatoes being planted out 20 November at our next garden craft session!
This is a post to remind myself how much room my veggies need – and that thinning them really IS for the best! Here are two bok choy. The one of the left is an averaged sized one that was … Continue reading
I’ve wanted to make a quiche using mizuna for ages and finally got around to it last night. It could easily be made with rocket instead of or in addition to the mizuna – any green with a nice sharp … Continue reading