Having been so heavily involved with this year’s Seed Freedom Food Festival means I have neglected to blog updates on the garden. So today’s post will show you just how glorious the garden has been so far this spring!
In the front garden is an abundance of flowers, herbs and bees.
While the bee hotel is yet to appeal to native bees, it is certainly attracting hover flies. They are busy pollinating everywhere!
There are veggies growing in the front too.
The back is where most of the vegetable action takes place.
There are still lots of flowers to attract the bees out the back.
We even have violas popping up in the pavers!
We have let a number of crops go to seed this year so we can collect the seed and plant again next year.
Even though we have not planted as many crops as usual this year, we have still had plenty to harvest.
The last of our lionheart cabbages was picked today weighing in at 2.46 kgs!
There is also plenty to interest the eye in the garden.
Next week I will catch-up what’s been happening at the Patch! Till then here are a couple of shots of the smallest snail any of us have ever seen!