How does your garden grow part 2
We made an attempt to get out into the garden today amid flurries of snow, but the birds were definately on form singing and setting out their territories already, the Daffodils have developed their flower buds already and spring is coming fast. We cleared out all the dead canes from the raspberry patch before they begin budding and sorted through some poplars poles that we coppiced last week, which we will make a new pea fence with shortly, its all go, nature waits for no man.
The bronze garden tools I mentioned earlier are from, https://www.implementations.co.uk/, having used these for several years now we can say they have definately helped in controlling the slugs in our patch, each time you use them they leave behind minute traces of copper which gradually build up in the humous leaving behind a hidden detterent to the slug population, these are high quality tools designed from those custom tools of yesteryear, worth every penny and will never go rusty.
Cover photo, Twin Park land Cheviot Ewe and twin lambs on our farm.
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