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    So I've a really decent garden with decent soil where I'm at now. Trying to get it in line for the year for my family, but it's taking a lot of time so here we have a thread for me to add all my non cannabis related horticulture.
    Where you'll find me growing the likes of pine trees, Lillie's, veg and herbs all sorts really.

    So this year the missus has asked for veg so I got her 30 types

    So for the moment. I'm germinating
    10x Siberian Fur
    10x Black Pine
    And a few Turk's Cap Lillie's

    Will update with next round of seeds etc.

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    Always nice to see some normal garden stuff
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    So on top of this, the missus has added multiple others to my list. Maybe a seed range of 30 veg and herbs box wasn't the right thing.

    Half the tree's seeds have sunk so they're going on tomorrow

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    Love to do this in my garden but it needs rotorvaded and a big trampoline dumped first tho
    I'll tag along on this one mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannabug View Post
    Love to do this in my garden but it needs rotorvaded and a big trampoline dumped first tho
    I'll tag along on this one mate
    Ours needs the same but we're rented so not doing a great deal just making it nicer, more pleasurable to be in and safer for little one. Oh and with veg and herbs.. mostly pots but w/e I don't mind losing will be in the ground.

    And tempted to sell the seedlings on for the pines and spruce etc.

    I've got garlic in pots about 8 months old atm never brought inside but doing wonders in canna terra.

    Anyway as an update on the side of the response:
    So we have -
    Sage (plugs)
    Red lettuce (plugs)
    Spring onion (plugs)
    Swiss chard (plugs)
    Chanteny carrots (pot)
    Garden sorrel (pot)
    Salad rocket (pot)
    Cucumber (pot)
    Broccoli (pot)

    And for plants
    Black pine × 8 (1 still soaking) 5 in plugs 3 in (pots)
    Turks Cap Lilly 1 (rest still soaking) (pots)
    Siberian fir ×2 (rest still soaking) (pots).

    That's it so far...
    Cut back all the bramble now burning through it slowly

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    The first picture looks similar to my garden only throw in some weaving Thorned brambles that I thought I'd cut while cutting the hedge but seems to have laughed at me and re-grew itself bigger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannabug View Post
    The first picture looks similar to my garden only throw in some weaving Thorned brambles that I thought I'd cut while cutting the hedge but seems to have laughed at me and re-grew itself bigger
    Had to start weaving through the hedge to target the bramble and rip it out, no doubt I've missed load's. I have some great weed killer, problem is it takes 3-4 weeks to kill off at the root.

    That hedge at the back was triple the size till Christmas, neighbour decided to cut it down and fuck my gardens privacy. Didn't even ask... Or heads up. So real tempted to whack a trellis up and pop some of my Virginia creeper into some raised boxes. Same with where they've ripped the fence out of the hedge. Left so many holes that it's pointless having the hedge now.

    Dunno about you all but I expect my garden to be private, not have random people trying to talk to me through a fucking bush...

    Ah forgot to add my last post and lost the details. Feck

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    Karsa, would you consider doing a "clover lawn" at all?

    I recently discovered "Purple Creeping Thyme" and wish I had the place to try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valentina View Post
    Karsa, would you consider doing a "clover lawn" at all?

    I recently discovered "Purple Creeping Thyme" and wish I had the place to try it.
    Never heard the term nor of the plant so gonna take a look at Google and see

    Thanks for stopping by Val

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsa View Post
    ...That hedge at the back was triple the size till Christmas, neighbour decided to cut it down and fuck my gardens privacy. Didn't even ask... Or heads up. So real tempted to whack a trellis up and pop some of my Virginia creeper into some raised boxes. Same with where they've ripped the fence out of the hedge. Left so many holes that it's pointless having the hedge now.

    Dunno about you all but I expect my garden to be private, not have random people trying to talk to me through a fucking bush...
    It's annoying... but everyone's nerves are frayed now and plants are plants and they grow back.

    Personally I'd make use of the opportunity and stick a few prickly plants in.

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    Some life on the seedlings.

    So far sprouting we have carrots and broccoli. Everything else has practically rooted at least so will keep an eye on it all and use the sun where appropriate in this stage (still a bit cold out when there's no sun).

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    No sun today so inside the tent

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    Coming along. Cleared up the dead shit behind the greenhouse I took down before Christmas, burning our way through it atm. I've cleared under the hedging and raked out the borders on one side (pics next update).

    Things are appearing, I'm concerned already fro my black pine as that's the tap you and seed head you can see... So that's gotta go into pots ASAP.

    3ml feed of plain water and root stim for all. We had snow last night so glad I haven't put anything in the ground yet.

    Tubers set up is on the way and the wall rack for herbs too.

    Gotta get some compost/ fertz in as well as some pots.

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    Not very detailed here yet. House is a fucking mess and I have zero time again.... Anyway little update. 2/10 black pines above ground, potting them up tomorrow into 5gals if weather's alright to get out there with the kiddo I'll be able to get the rest of the stuff piled and burned and then ground turned over. I've got some top soil in and some wood for some raised beds etc.

    Soil up here is very clay based but our garden has had several layers of top soil over the years by the look of it.

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