Monthly Archives: August 2013

27. The Veg Patch

The sun has shown this year and the garden is growing. Here’s a picture update of the yummy goodness we’ve grown this year. It’s a small but encouraging start.

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26. Hive Check (New Bees Part 4)

One week after our bees arrived we set out to do a full hive check- to make sure the queen wasn’t damaged during travels and that she is laying ok. Our friend Jake had just arrived for a visit so he … Continue reading

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25. A Little Tidy

When we bought the land last November we had little idea of what types of plants the spring & summer would yield. We can now say with confidence that we grow nettles and creeping buttercup really really well (seemingly better than some of … Continue reading

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24. Skipping Wood

Initially we were in search of wood for our raised beds and pallets seemed the easiest/quickest/cheapest way to do this. As mentioned before- we were soon introduced to the idea of old scaffolding boards and quickly changed our plan. The wood from … Continue reading

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