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Rehab is making me crazy (crazier....)

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He'd be tasty I reckon.....been feeding him good :wink:

Wouldn't be all "doughey"

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The chamo made it through in pots with absolute neglect....thats a good sign. I am thinking carrots....

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More garlic in the middle, the leek project is about to get moved on. I've selected my parent stock, closer to the middle - except the bastard that has bolted to seed. I want a better leek :wink: . Knocked out some silverbeet seedlings, sowed some peas and snow peas.

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I reckon the minus degree nights are nearly done, propaggedon is coming....lol

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Did u grow your gravillia from seed wb? I've down a heap this year after boiling water scarification, from what I've read they are tricky from seed?

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Now I'm collecting all my bong head associates bong water to use on my grevillea and banksia seed. I'm trialling a soak in bongwater before planting, and watering in with bong water after sowing. Smoked water is all the go with these babies apparently, and apparently bong water is smoked water :) either way rad place U have there mate, how many acres ??

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thats scorpion is cool, looks pretty big. I have only ever seen tiny ones on the mainland

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Thank you for sharing your pictures of your beautiful place waterboy - views, trees, vegies, herbs, animals - all eye candy!!! Hope you are feeling better hon. :wub:

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wtf is going on round here...lol

fck heaps to catch up on, spring is a busy time at the best of times.

I'm healing up well and survived propaggedon :wink: Hard on this old bastard at the best of times...lol.

get some pics up later

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no scared rabbits looking sideways here, look at you all zipped up and raring to go.

BOOM SHAKALAKA zip 3.0

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There's no holding you back wb. Go on my son!

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spring busy,busy time mofos :wink: plus I am finally in hospital rehab.

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still smashing asparagus, pretty much over it now...lol

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new matey to share some wisdom...

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sometimes zero fcks given is the way to go

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now thats a cute lizard :)

that scar looks a bajillion times all better too. do you keloid?

whats the tree with the magnificent blueness? i keep seeing this blueness in bloom all over the show

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No luckily I am not a keloid scar candidate. I am pretty chuffed with how the "cut here" lines have healed up.

The "blue flowering bush" is a Ceanothus sp. and can't remember the cultivar planted there Flora. They do put on a stunning display of colour.

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hey waterboy, im liking all the photos, there should be more of this on sab!

hope you're well :)

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much better thank you dave.

what do you do with dogshit? (lol...be a good thread)....I just keep making soil pockets with euc bark and twigs and dogshit.

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A shiny metallic blue beetle orgy...lol..I dont see those everyday :wink:

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I am loving these photos man. It really looks like the kinda set up I want in years to come when (if) I can afford my own place. Hope you are mending and not feeling so stir crazy these days.

Cheers

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T minus 4 weeks I am "fully rehabilitated" (lol...that sounds funny in my head :wink: ).

I manged a bit of a jog today , lol...tried throwing a punch....yeah only one, yep can still only do girly throws :)

I can lift a fair bit of weight now though, so garden therapy has been more intense.

I think I may have actually got rid of smoking the deathsticks.....still "fckd" in the head though about the whole ordeal...lol

4 weeks eh....I'll be back to me old ways...lol...put some piccies up tomorrow.

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Gawd I'm in "real" rehab at the mo and I'd trade it for yours any day! The garden I mean obviously heh and great to hear you're chugging along :D

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Hops on its way up, thought I'd use it to shade a small shed a bit....lol...was feeling pretty shit when I put the rhizomes down.

(many thanks Mushfun :wink: )

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snuck a bit of silverbeet, stray garlic and parsley in as well. This should all grow well together.....

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found some fun thing to do with dog poo the other night ...

got anything like this on your half?

http://www.wormery.co.uk/product/ttwpp-pet-and-dog-poo-wormery

... and nice garden techniques WB!

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I tried worms for the dog crap, but couldnt keep it working during the cooler months alas.

To much protein in it as well I think. Could go to compost, but I dont want it in me humus...lol

also been thinking maybe feed it onto bamboo....but not a species that can make good edible shoots.

the Redbud is flowering up - Ozothamnus rosmarinifolius, makes a top notch cut-flower.

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First season in-ground for Apios americana, growing on the other side of the "hops" shed.

Survived waterlogged and frozen soil.......with no root containment I reckon this will boom (many thanks Franky :wink: )

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