A perfect autumn garden day today. The citrus in the Seven Cedars garden in Foxground is colouring beautifully, the peas have started flowering, the garlic is up and away, and many of the hundreds of seeds sown over the last few weeks are popping up to enjoy the sun.
I finished off a compost heap today, with barrow after barrow of fresh cow poo pinched from the neighbours paddock. Twelve cubic metres of wood chip arrives tomorrow afternoon to line the paths, and the barrow will be put to work for a few days then I suspect. All in all though, I’m pretty chuffed with how this feast is growing.