Garden Photos, gardening

Tour of the gardens of Government House, Melbourne

When my friend, Terri, suggested that we do the tour of the Government House gardens, I was more than happy to participate. And what a great morning it was. We walked around the lawns, gardens and kitchen garden of the property, and were provided with a wonderful commentary from head gardener, Michael. It’s well worth the time, and entry is free. For more information go to: Government House Garden Tours

Here are some photos from the day:

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Autumn, Autumn gardening, Fertiliser, Garden Work, gardening, Seasonal guide, Winter

Autumn Garden Maintenance

This weekend I’m planting out my winter vegetable crops. I ordered the special Digger’s Club members’ pack and am very happy with the selection.

This year I’m planting:

  • Beans
  • Peas
  • Cabbages
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower

I’m really looking forward to watching this lot grow over the next few months.

I’m also doing some garden maintenance stuff too. I have to assemble and set up a new garden arch, and I’m hoping that I get to do some more paving down the side of the house. A busy but rewarding weekend of work.

Buying plants, gardening, Ordering plants on line

Ordering Plants On-line

Have you ever thought about ordering plants on line but were not sure of it was worth it? I personally order a number of different items on line during the course of a year.  I have never had any issues receiving items, or with items dying/not taking/arriving in poor condition.  I have ordered bulbs, seeds, seedlings, seed potatoes, fruit trees, and gardening tools and ornaments on line.

I use the following suppliers regularly: