Getting the garden ready for summer

About 7 months ago I planted some lavender cuttings along my front fence. Two of those survived, and today I added another two plants I bought a few days ago from the supermarket to those.

This is not much, but I feel that providing more food for bees is probably important, even on a micro-scale.

Soon, it will be Melbourne Cup Day, by when the tomatoes should be planted. So far, the seedlings I have been growing are nowhere near suitable in size for transplanting, but give it another few weeks and they definitely will be.

After all, is there much else that anyone can do at the moment besides garden? And as Bunnings and all the plant nurseries are closed down, if you want to grow your own vegetables, you have to do it by seed, which is what I prefer to do anyway.

Published by Ernest Zanatta

Narrow minded Italian Catholic Conservative Peasant from Footscray.

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