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zillions of cabbage

zillions of cabbage

23 Oct, '070 Comments

zillions of cabbage, originally uploaded by malyousif. Ehm… I kinda think that I sowed far too many seeds in my vegetable patch… and the same for the next line of cauliflower and the marrow have come up too… waiting for the onion and tomatoes now. anyone wants some salad seedlings?

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Progress report – 071019

Progress report – 071019

19 Oct, '070 Comments

Remember I said before that I thought the lawn was being over-watered? Well last night I determined to find out by how much, and that meant donning the swimming trunks on (is that picture firmly in your mind yet? Good! :twisted:) and turned on the sprinkler system and investigated each zone separately. I determined that […]

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English Border populated

English Border populated

17 Oct, '070 Comments

English Border planting plan, originally uploaded by malyousif. Movement! We have movement! I’ve had a chance yesterday afternoon to bite the bullet and start planting. The final result is what you see above in the map, and if all that I have planted come through (and they should) this patch will look like a piece […]

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The “English Border”

The “English Border”

15 Oct, '070 Comments

The "English Border" WIP, originally uploaded by malyousif. I know. You must be asking yourself “where does he get these weird names from?” Questions which I can’t honestly answer in full as I name areas in my garden in order to think about them “off line” specifically without describing them as “the patch at the […]

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Man, what a wonderful day it has been!

Man, what a wonderful day it has been!

14 Oct, '070 Comments

I was out for practically the whole day in the garden! I accomplished a lot considering I wasn’t working toward a deadline; it was see this, think about it, do it! Brilliant. For (my) record, let me list what I have done: 1. Southern border extended: To my surprise, one of my Cassia fistulas broke […]

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