Saturday, 10 August 2013

So much pea straw and the backyard is slowly transforming...

More pea straw kindly delivered by my brother
The bottom bale had to be broken up so that we could get it off the trailer
Down the side of the house, untidy and weedy
Adding pea straw

Notice pepper tree here

Zena enjoying the sun in her cat run
...and Jasper
All this pea straw had to be carted from the carport
Looking better presented and I can now see the gaps where I will need a few more natives to be planted
Pepper tree now gone! My new handsaw is coming in very handy.
Finished with a little pea straw left for a couple more garden beds.
The two plants on the left were tiny tubestock plants last winter, growing quite quickly. I am looking forward to next year when I can take photos to compare to tubestock that has been planted this winter. I have one more large bale of pea straw left to be used in the fruit orchard.


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