Sunday, 10 November 2013

November Working Bee



We had an enthusiastic & energetic November working bee and swap meet with more than 20 gardeners... all of them bricks! in action amidst continually changing conditions...



Lots of plantings, seedlings & seeds: tomatoes, coriander, basil, spinach, to name some. Lots of composting: distributing, spreading, tossing & turning, and building new heaps...



Lots of maintenance: with edging, weeding, mulching, staking and consolidating the beds, plus overhead wires for the banana passion-fruit... there was also painstaking attention brought to the coddling moth infestation outside the library (thank-you Paul!)




Lots of conferring and co-operations...





Lots of hello’s... to familiar and new faces...







...to a young Rose...



and a (temporary) good-bye to an old (but eternally young!) face...


see you later Patrick!... all the best to you Meg Zephyr Woody & Zero for the next adventure!

2 comments:

  1. Nice Post Ian!!

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  2. Thanks Ian, what a great bee and a perfect post to suit!

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