I've been spending a lot of time in the garden this week preparing it for spring. We've had some much needed rain and the plants have been lapping it up appreciatively. Everything seemed to literally grow inches overnight. My water tanks are happy now too, which puts me in a good position leading into the new growing season.
I've been pulling the old winter crops out, replacing them with new seeds and seedlings. The cauliflowers are almost all done, along with many of the broccoli plants. I've still got some broccoli plants coming along, which should produce nicely into spring.
But my mind has been turned towards spring crops now. Bean seeds, zucchinis, squash, potatoes, tomatoes are all being planted out. A few last cabbages and some Asian greens have also gone into the beds. If you want all the details of what I'm planting, you'll find that HERE.
If you've been thinking about starting a spring garden, why not start now? I've got a few pointers HERE for those who've been thinking about it, but don't really know where to start.
Go on, go and get your hands dirty! What? You really don't like getting your hands dirty?
(Psssst two words: Gardening gloves).
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