Chickens I was rejoicing that Morpheus had gone broody. The very next morning I found that there were two broody hens in nestboxes. The second one was Penny Black, who had taken up residence downstairs. She goes broody quite frequently but hasn’t been tested with eggs yet. That night I found three broody hens in … More Well, That Escalated Quickly, And I’m Not Talking About a Virus
I have been watching my rhubarb eagerly. The chopped, frozen rhubarb I brought up from Christchurch didn’t last very long, and I have been a bit lost without it since then. I bought my rhubarb in January and planted it in a big planter tub while we were staying at The Parents’ place. When we moved to this … More Rhubarb Testing Day Has Arrived
I had a weird situation earlier this week. I went to three garden centres and didn’t buy ANY plants. What’s up with that? It is most unnatural. It’s not that there weren’t any plants I wanted to buy, there were numerous plants I wanted to buy. There were even plants on my list that I eyed … More Plant Shopping & Vege Watching
I am now, once again, a Hamiltonian. Or, as I prefer, a Tronite. We moved to Hamilton one month ago: myself, The Husband and our sole-surviving cat, Nala. Ninja disappeared two weeks before we left, which made the already stressful move even harder. I will never know what happened to him, but after finding his … More I am a Garden Nomad. But I do Have a Fruit Plan.