Friday, March 14, 2014

In the garden...nearly harvest time

 Grapes and more grapes not super sweet, but not too tart either

 Trombocinos climbing up the fence
 Chook mix (autumn/winter) from Greenpatch organic seeds, a mix of oats, barley, spinach and bok choy.  I won't be feeding it to them from the box, or they might eat the foam.
 Last of the echinaceas
 First of the anemones- must be autumn
 Andrew's watermelon (moon & stars)
 One of Liv's pumpkins
 Chillis

Linking up with Jacqui this week from Dusty Country Road, sharing what's happening in the garden.  You can head over to her blog  and leave a link in her comments if you have a garden post to share this week.

2 comments:

Jacqui Calvert said...

You have so much going on in your garden! What's the chook mix - something to grow for the chickens to eat? The chilli looks amazing, I love the bright colours. And the grapes. We would love to grow grapes. One day.
Thanks so much for joining in, it's lovely to have a look in your garden!

Alicia said...

Thanks Jacqui, the chook mix is for the chooks to eat, you can either let it seed and they can eat the seed heads, or just give them the greens.