|Its the winter solstice in Melbourne next week and its cold and miserable, but I went out into the garden just now, and thought "the light looks great for a few photos", and here they are.|
|The lettuce and cabbage are gone, and the head from one of the Waltham Broccoli has been harvested, but there's plenty more to come from this bed.|
|Ecobed 1 on the right is growing peas and beans, but they are still quite small and won't reach maturity for a couple of months.|
|My order of seed potatoes from Diggers arrived today right on time, and I have started the process of chitting them in organic egg cartons. I need another 3 cartons to finish the job, but time is on my side now.|
I turned the heap over for the 6th time this morning so on Saturday I will turn it for the 7th and last time. It will be ready for use by next Thursday.
|I transfered the onions from the cuttings propagator this morning. I will harden them off soon in their pots for a few days in Ecobed 2 prior to transplanting them.|
|This is the indicator that its time to harvest the green mulch in Ecobed 3. Pretty aren't they?|