I started…

to empty out the compost bin yesterday, which was a job I had intended doing back in the spring but it was too wet.  I’m taking it steady, and it should take a couple of more days or so.  I’m completely emptying it as I want to make a few minor adjustments to the pallets which make up the sides.  I swapped these for the original ones October last year, when I did the shed area, and they need realigning slightly so that the front removable one fits properly.  There’s plenty of un-composted material to go back in, and once that’s all done I’ll be cutting the comfrey down again to add on top.  It’s not that long ago I did this but as you can see it’s already grown again.

 

This nasturtium has grown alongside the log pile, and is well away from the others.  I certainly didn’t sow any seeds in this area. I’ll leave it to self-seed and see if any appear there next year.

 

Take care, and have a good weekend!

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16 Responses to I started…

  1. menhir1 says:

    The Nasturtiums are bonny. You appear to have a lot of physical work to do. ‘May the force be with you’. Xxx

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  2. CJ says:

    Compost is brilliant isn’t it. Soil health is everything in the garden I think, and the comfrey will be a really good addition. I have a bit growing by my compost heaps, but it’s too shady there now under the big cherry tree and it doesn’t do very well. CJ xx

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  3. Sharon says:

    All looking very nice and tidy. Emptying a compost bay is on my list but I need to have some empty beds to tip it on first…

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  4. Jo says:

    Any robins waiting for a tasty treat when you’ve been emptying the compost? They seem to have a sixth sense and know when worms are likely to be on offer. I’m sure your nasturtiums will self seed readily, they usually do.

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  5. Liz says:

    Comfrey seems to be a wonder-plant for fertilizing. You seem to have a nice row of plants going.
    The volunteer nasturtiums are very pretty.

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  6. Those Nasturtiums are so colourful.
    Enjoy your weekend.

    All the best Jan

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  7. snowbird says:

    I don’t envy you emptying your compost heap. Good luck with it. Here’s to your nasturtiums self seeding. They are a ray of sunshine at this time of the year.xxx

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