Our last working bee saw us training the rest of the native raspberries up pyramid shaped trellises. They were getting a bit unruly, and we also thought the garden needed some height to it. We think it looks great as well as keeping the raspberries happy!
This is what we at MUC garden call 'garden sushi', or a 'herb sandwich'. Fennel and parsley, garlic chives and basil mint, all wrapped up in a nasturtium leaf is a flavour hit!
With some fresh compost, we planted some more kale seedlings. They should relish that chocolatey mixture.
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