To Bee or not to Bee - THAT IS THE QUESTION!
As you can see the Borage blossoms are out and if you get hay fever instead of smelling them you can always give them a kiss;) Asparagus, Broadbeans and almost sugar snap peas.
So I know it has been a long time. Yes i am sorry. But it's ok cos I'm back. Spent a wee bit of time on farmer break far away in another land where the fruit hang from the trees and there is no need to worry except for them dropping on your head@#$ ouch!
The garden is going gang busters. Planting at every opportunity, zuccini, eggplant, tomatoes capcicum, basil and the list goes on and on. It's super exiting time but also trying with the early hot weather and harsh hot winds bringing us a stark reminder of how much we rely on out earth to be in balance and with the ease that it can take everything we have and turn it upside down.
For our customers at Flemington we will be back soon and yes we have asparagus. At Hawthorn and Fairfeild this weekend. The Friday shop has been great but a bit quite the last few weeks oh where did everybody go?
So much going on. Big thanks to all our customers, volunteers, staff and the garden for giving so much and enjoying being part of a great farm that holds it's head high being apart of great communities around the state.
Boc Choi and Parsley (farewell and goodnight in Gardenish)