What's happening in your garden David. Have you got your tomatoes in yet?
Here we don't plant them till we know who won the Cup but I put in a few
protected by plastic sleeves a week or so prior to that. I bought more
Grosse Lisse yesterday (that is the best variety for long term preservation
TMWOT). But I'm now astounded to find out that Grosse Lisse is considered
to be and heirloom variety!!! Introduced from France prior to circa 1950 so
that makes it so according to something I read.
Anyway, I am up to my kneecaps (and in some places, thighs) in weeds and am
trying to fight the good fight there. I cna't recall a better Spring for
years so will also have to do bushfire prep around the places just in case.
I have chickens coming- from an incubator - lost my lovely rooster about a
month ago so am trying to get one of his progeny from some eggs from around
the time of his death. So far 5 hatched and 4 left alive.