|February 2011 Comfrey bed|
|Comfrey bed January 2011|
|Strawberries and broad beans in the background.|
|Potato bed after horse manure dug in.|
The weeds next to the parsnip clamp are not weeds. They are poached egg plant (Limnanthes douglasii), which I am going to use as a green manure and a ground cover plant below the climbing french beans. The garlic is doing well now and you can see the inoculated charcoal from last year's potatoes. The tulips are beginning to show through too. If you look near Beryl's blue bin and my black Darlek bin you can see the cyclamen and blue species iris flowering away. I wish I had taken a close up picture of this. I might do that tomorrow.
|Posts for the sweet peas are in.|
There are a few scraggy leeks in the foreground. I don't think they will come to anything before I need the ground for the beans so they will probably be taken out. I will put them into the worm bin to recycle. So just soil again. The fox has been digging in this bed to get the worms.
|Some poorly looking purple sprouting broccoli|