Gardening?

Postby herbman on Sat 6/Sep/08 11:03pm

Butch wrote:
istepinyards wrote:
scatter wrote:
Spokes wrote:wood im burning is not treated as I thought it was. So all is good with the world.


Well then.

You can do as I originally suggested :thumbsup:

scatter wrote: Till it back into your vege garden :thumbsup:
Aren't Vegie gardens for the peasants to run.
Make your help clean the ashes then get them to tend to the gardens.
You should be busy hunting foxes and shooting pheasants.
Tally Ho


Oi! Leave my peasants alone! :D



as i seen to be a peasant gardener...........

are there any others out there in the land of vorb?


have got my seeds started for the year, the garden is almost dug over and i can't wait to be eating fresh herbs, spuds and tomatoes again.

man i love summer
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Postby mitch7 on Sat 6/Sep/08 11:11pm

I garden with a chainsaw and a weed wacker..

did some creative hedging last week...wacked about 5foot off the top of the hedge...

chainsaws are great!!...
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Postby dh_winner on Sun 7/Sep/08 12:00am

the only gardening i enjoy is from the seat of a tractor/digger.
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Postby Bigfoot on Sun 7/Sep/08 6:08am

Just dug out two sacks of spuds and have been eating bushels full of fresh tomatoes...
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Postby Philthy on Sun 7/Sep/08 7:56am

Having a vege garden is the way of the future. Why have lots of lawns to mow when you can feed yourself? My broad beans are coming along nicely, and soon we'll have lots of broccoli too. We won't be around this summer so no point planting all the things i normally would.
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Postby inzane on Sun 7/Sep/08 9:51am

Yeh, we have to make some vege garden beds at the house we just moved into... just one more thing on the long list of stuff to get done!
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Postby Butch on Sun 7/Sep/08 9:55am

We have found some space for veges, but I'd be lying if I said I enjoyed gardening.

Fecking agapanthas running riots grumble grumble :hmmm:
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Postby scatter on Sun 7/Sep/08 10:03am

I love gardening :blush:
There's something carthartic about weeding.
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Postby Philthy on Sun 7/Sep/08 10:18am

The best tool i've found for weeding out them dirty old agapanthas is an axe. Very satisfying.
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Postby neels on Sun 7/Sep/08 10:34am

I weeded my spinach garden yesterday, today I might try and find the carrots that are growing under the weeds somewhere. The onions are finally starting to grow too. Must be about time to plant the peas and brocolli.

A tip for young players - don't let your brocolli and spinach go to seed like I did last year :hmmm: I've got little spinaches and brocolli's growing everywhere, in all of the gardens and all over the gravel path, they're worse than the weeds at the moment.
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Postby Tugboat on Sun 7/Sep/08 8:08pm

I thought this thread might have been about a different sort of gardening.
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Postby Conners on Sun 7/Sep/08 8:45pm

Tugboat wrote: I thought this thread might have been about a different sort of gardening.

Gardening of the uphill variety? :eh:
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Postby Butch on Sun 7/Sep/08 9:41pm

scatter wrote: I love gardening :blush:
There's something carthartic about weeding.


Well then, HAVE I GOT A DEAL FOR YOU!! :D
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Postby fraserb on Sun 7/Sep/08 10:04pm

Conners wrote:
Tugboat wrote: I thought this thread might have been about a different sort of gardening.

Gardening of the uphill variety? :eh:
Theres DH gardening???!!!!
EXTREME!!!!
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Postby istepinyards on Sun 7/Sep/08 10:10pm

Like I said earlier Gardening is for the peasants.
Getting vegetables is why Woolworths and Coles was invented
Get a life you friggen hippies, earn more cash that way you can get more veges.

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