Sunday, April 25, 2010

in the autumn garden...

This season in the
urban garden I have planted-

pea- greenshaft
great lakes lettuce
mustard greens
dandelion greens

herbs and spices- (some from seed and some bought as seedlings)
capsicum salsa
capsicum karneval

All this beautiful sunshine, cool weather and heavy rainfall has really seen my little seedlings flourish. So much so, I planted another round, this time just sprinkling the seeds onto the ground and covering lightly with a fine soil/sand- they opened up in a matter of days- ah the beauty and wonders of nature!

We are already enjoying the sweets and spices from the herb garden- can't wait to harvest some of these autumn/winter vegetables!



Little Ted Canvas said...

Your garden is amazing! We've only got our herbs in at the moment, hope we haven't left it too late for the rest!

Sarah said...

I just read the idle parenting link you have. Very interesting and I absolutely agree with it. Our children play so well by themselves and make up amazing games on their own because we haven't used the TV as a babysitter or done much in the way of afterschool stuff. Thanks for the link! P.S. your garden is going to be wonderful!!

Tracey said...

what a fabulous blog you have! You have inspired me to give up on my potager garden - it has been raided by possums, scrub turkey's and small children, but I really want to grow my own food! Looking forward to seeing how your garden grows...

Kim Baise said...

So glad I found your blog, it's wonderful.
we are having spring here (on the other side of the world)..... and just planted our tomatos, peppers and squash! Love your pics.
I agree with the idle parenting (link) too... great stuff here. i must dive in and read some more now :)

Catherine said...

You should be very proud of your productive garden Meagan it sounds wonderful. The chillies look very pretty and colourful in your garden.

Kathy said...

Thank You for stopping by...
Your eco friendly blog is wonderful.
Your garden choices are perfect!
I so enjoyed scrolling through your space and love your organizational Pantry.
Your efforts at striving to be green are commendable.

I shall surely look for "The Little Prince" as I have 10 sets of eyes and ears that would enjoy that book! along with myself.
I am gladly following you to keep abreast of what your up to!
Happy Sunday my new friend,
xoxo~Kathy @ Sweet Up-North Mornings...

frayedattheedge said...

Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment! Be warned - once you start looking for shadows, you become addicted - even my husband looks for them now .... and then there are also reflection shots!!
Regards Anne

Screamstress said...

I've quickly found that one of the best things about starting a blog is finding other cool blogs like yours! I am honestly impressed by your kitchen cupboard - sounds silly, but it just looked so ordered and all those spices mmmmmmnnn...:)

Jen said...

Lovely bright colours in your garden!

Post a Comment