Well my idea of starting my own little veg garden, is the same idea that others have had. The difference being i am well aware that it takes time to start one successfully, and my thumb is only a murky green color, not the beautiful green of others i know and respect.
There are little to no seeds left here and i wasn’t panic buying the ones that were left, because i am not a panic buyer. One woman apparently spent $300 on seeds. I really do hope that they are prize veggies, and they feed her family for years to come.
There were not even any veggies already growing left either. I was only in bunnings on Saturday and there was rows and rows of them. I could get some strawberries, but in reality we are heading in the winter and berries are really a summer fruit. I have patience i will wait till the end of winter to buy some.
Actually all i had wanted was some tomato plants, because i have been successfully growing my left over veg on the window sill and re using that.
I was lucky enough to find this little tomato starter kit. Its all i need really. I am not greedy and also i don’t think the world is going to end, because of this virus.
I think to help with my procrastination over the coming winter months, because that is when i am at my worse. I am going to learn how to cultivate veggies properly from scraps. Do it the old fashion way. I will start it all in pots, while i experiment with what works and doesn’t work, before setting up a full scale veggie garden in my backyard. Sensible, workable, not over whelming.
Pinterest and anyone elses ideas will be gratfully recieved.
Keeping it simple one day at a time.