Since I've joined I've really only shared my metal working and tool care experiences, but I have been gardening too for a few years now. Here is a big jumble of photos, mostly from last year, of my gardening. I wish I'd taken more photos in earlier years, but oh well. Enjoy!
Very nice 👍. Gardening is addictive isn't it? My mom and dad always had a garden, so it was natural for me to grow veggies. I also started out small, but I seem to add something new every year. Thanks for sharing. Happy gardening
“We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.” — Abraham Lincoln
Jen Fulkerson wrote:Very nice 👍. Gardening is addictive isn't it? My mom and dad always had a garden, so it was natural for me to grow veggies. I also started out small, but I seem to add something new every year. Thanks for sharing. Happy gardening
Things are reversed a bit for me! We never had a garden, but now that I've been doing it a few years my parents are really getting into it. For the past few years I have been slowly transitioning from a 'normal' garden with miracle grow mix and water soluble fertiliser to a let's build up the soil as best I can type of gardening. I'm reading Gaia's Garden right now and damn is there some cool stuff in there. I love reading about how soil itself is an ecosystem that we can help to build up over time. I've read some of Bryant RedHawk's soil posts too and I've enjoyed every one so far. It's a paradigm shift for sure.
Mike Barkley wrote:Looks great Cam. If your gardening is anything like the metal ornamental ball shown in one of your posts I suspect you'll always have excellent food & a have lot of joy producing it.
Thanks Mike! I think you may have the wrong person regarding the ornamental ball, I can't remember posting about it. I am forgetful though so if you spot it send it to me