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What a crazy summer

Wednesday, 09 Feb 11 24°C / 75°F

To say the least it has been wet, so most of the veggies suffered from the flood we had and the flooding rain, mind you we did enjoy being cut off from the rest of the world for a week or so.
Fungus rot and mould made themselves very much at home in the garden but i didnt mind at the cost of a few packets of seeds its ok, and its the first summer in a long time that the garden need watering.
So ive started again added another couple of bags of manure more katek super growth pellets ( that stuff is good!) more mulch, the seeds are sprouting again and in a couple of weeks will plant out again, knowing my luck just in time for the next flooding rains. haha

happy gardening all
and a happy new year

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  • graibeard

    graibeard wrote:

    Happy New Year indeed, Stay dry :-)

    Posted on 11 Feb 11 (about 4 years ago)

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