I’ve got this beetroot crop ready to harvest and have been reading up on ways to use it.
I’m enjoying the garden this autumn and watching it evolve.
I’ve been waiting for this sign to get out the snippers and chop back my asparagus:
Garlic Planting Time
It’s autumn in the southern hemisphere, and not too late to plant your garlic. I still have two bulbs to plant myself. And if you haven’t already bought your garlic there is still time. Choosing which varieties to plant is really important.
I know, I know. My three followers have been wondering where I’ve been. I have been around but I needed a big break from gardening. Still, I’ve been doing bits and bobs. And the garden goes on with you at any rate. Autumn is lovely in the garden. Surprising. Colourful.
The hot weather has passed, there leaves are turning, and there are mild sunny days with cool breezes. So I’ve come out of my summer hibernation to get the garden ready for winter.
It’s the time of the year in the temperate southern hemisphere to be planting garlic so that in 6-8 months you can be digging up deliciousness like this: