Monday, September 01, 2008

Happy to see Spring

Today is the 1st of September and the first day of Spring. The days are already starting to get longer, the sun is coming up at around 6.00am. I only know this because this is when Kirby wakes me up, and this is the time on the clock radio. Who needs an alarm when you have a little cat chewing on your fingers. Steve and I went to the Gardening Australia show in Sydney yesterday, we were both a little disappointed, but this didn't stop us from buying a new greenhouse The new one is the tall one. and a new cat loo. Steve had filled up our little greenhouse with seed trays and everytime I would ask have you got seeds planted for this or that he would say that he had no more room in the green house. So now we have 2. He will probably fill up the 2nd one this weekend.
This morning it is nice and warm sitting here at the computer, it is 19 C (66F) on the clock. The clock hasn't been above 8C (46F) in the morning for weeks now. I think the warm weather is going to come on fast. This is fine as long as we get a little more rain.

I will leave you with some other photos of our "Patch".

This is the end of winter look, we will start to mulch and spread some worm castings around to make this all look better.


Here are our strawberries trying to make a come back after the possum ate all the leaves.
Have a great day.
Tracie


4 comments:

white_lilly said...

Hi Tracie
Spring has Sprung! We got about 50mm of rain on the weekend.I would have liked to have gone to the Gardening Australia Expo, sorry to hear it was disappointing
Your veggie patch looks great!

Belovedgoddess said...

Hi Tracie.

I thought about going to the expo, am almost glad it was disappointing - don't feel I missed as much.

Expect your swap package in the next couple of days, I posted it this morning. I hope you like it.

The Tin House said...

Tracie, I wonder if the strawbs will thank the possums? I know I go slightly psycho with the secateurs in early spring to cut back the greenery on ours, so the little plants can put their energy into fruit and not leaves. You never know? Lisa x

Kristin-Homemaker@Heart said...

YOU STOLE OUR SPRING!!!
haha, but we'll steal it back soon enough!