Sunday, November 22, 2009

Made new tomato frames

These sturdy beasts should do the job:

The sugar snap peas are at the top of their frame and making pretty white flowers

The red onions and all the garlic is looking really good, we should get a great harvest soon, the basil is already doing well too:

I planted some more radish seeds today. We had some amongst other roasted vegetables on the BBQ last night and they were wonderful!
I made some cages out of spare netting (from the pea frame. These are like brain hats for vegetables, to keep blackbirds and cats off them! I simply twisted each corner of a square of netting together to make a pointy bit to stick in the ground, pliers helped to twist it a bit tighter. Then manipulate it's shape to fit where it has to go:

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