Congratulations on your worm farm. I have seen many people who have used table scraps and waste for their worm farm, one was a family that lives in a bus in New Zealand. It seems like a good process. Interesting to learn about for sure.I need to get me some pinestraw.
Off to feed my worms...did I tell you I became a farmer...have my own worm farm now.
But then I was reading this book about human manure used for composting. I dont know how we came to flushing all our manure into the sea but I suppose we can thank the Romans for that? In the Bible I think the Israelites just buried it.
HahaLanolin - We have a "country" quote here in the US that, "weeds are plants that have not learned to grow in straight rows." ..........
Excited to see the picturesHey guys,
My latest project is re-pointing the wall in my garden. I have a small courtyard garden and the back wall is falling to pieces. If I don't take action, there will be no garden/shared garden with a dodgy neighbour lol. So I'm waiting for the good weather (in the UK) to fix my wall. But in the meantime I made an impulse purchase of a little olive tree. It's sitting there in it's little pot, waiting... It's full of tiny buds, and I know it wants to be planted in the ground. But not until the wall is fixed. I have Jasmine that's years old, and is growing up another flint wall, it looks gorgeous and smells divine in the Summer, and it's next to an Alder bush that has grown and now acts as an umbrella in the Summer, to sit underneath. I can't wait to get out there and start fixin!!! Just praying for the weather
(My kitchen has a big bag of sand and a big bag of cement in it, so all the more reason to crack on!!!)
Lanolin:I'd like to show you my garden...but I don't have any pictures yet.
However, you all invited to read what I've been up to in my rambling garden diary blog.
I started this garden recently after studying horticulture for a bit and NOW I sort of know how to do it.
I'm wondering if you have a garden what kind of special features have you put in..? To make it your safe quiet place?
Reminds me of how the enemy is. He gets a little way in, and if we don't cast down or deny his ways right and authority to grow in our lives... they will choke out the light, and intertwine so much, that we will loose track of where we are supposed to be and what the truth of the Word is. God's Word is the double edged sword that cuts back the enemies ugly ways and keeps us growing healthy. If we choose to pattern our lives after it and allow it to do the pruningWell I thought God was saying something to me here. The plant really was a sneaky creeper, almost like a snake. It didnt have branches of its on or growing upright so it just latched on to another nearby. It had to go so I cut and unloosed every twisted tendril from the poor manuka so it could be free.