If you follow this blog on a regular basis you will know that:
- I am a terrible blogger , and
- Our garden is full of pittosporum hedges, which are fine if used judiciously but overpowering in the numbers planted in our garden.
So, over the last few years we’ve been systematically removing selected areas to either create vegetable gardens or to get some flowering natives into the garden for the birds and the bees.
Today we removed the stumps of the pittosporums in the side garden, dropped in 3 bags of compost, and levelled out the surface ready for a
bummer bumper* crop of tomato seedlings.
*Kudos to Wilhelmina for her fully sick proof-reading skilz!