Sunday, 28 March 2010

Goodbye Luckydog.

Scarecrow's Garden Log: 27:03:2010:

The Leaf Amaranth is flowering.

Temperatures this week:
Lowest Min 6.8C
Lowest Max 29.8C
Highest Max 34.3C
No Recorded Rainfall

What's the weather been like in the garden?
Very warm and dry!

Propagation:
Seeds:
Coriander
Silverbeet Rainbow Mixed

Planting out:
Replanted the Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Soup Celery and added some Parcel to the wicking bed in the Almond Area after Gingey Chook found her way into it and ate the first lot.

Cuttings/Division:
Pelargonium 'Madame Salleron'

In the Garden This week:

I emptied the new chooks' house
and used the bedding mix to build up a new compost heap.
See basics of compost making HERE

In the Edge Bed in the Kitchen Garden the Yarrow,
Garlic Chives, Sage and Greek Oregano
were all trimmed.
The Tree Onions and Shallots dug up
and divided for planting elsewhere.

The 2 old Chooks, Blackie and Gingey, have finally accepted each other and now live in the same run! That was after Gingey had decimated the wicking bed in the Almond Area! Just as well I had some backup stock of seedlings for replacements.

We said goodbye to Old Luckydog on Saturday. See Here sadsadsad

Weekly Harvest Tally:
Doesn't include Greens fed to the chooks on a daily basis or herbs picked for use in the kitchen for cooking or tea making.
Zucchini- Golden***767g
Zucchini- Black***419g

Apple- Golden Delicious***2695g
Apple- Jonathon***257g

Eggs
10 from the Farmyard Ferals
5 from the Barnie Chook!

To see how the various Garden areas fit on our half acre block check out the newest Map of our place HERE

14 comments:

  1. From my brief time reading your site, ideas and true groundedness I would say she really was a lucky dog.
    My thoughts are with you both,
    Charles

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  2. Thanks for the photo of your new compost bed. It gave me some good ideas. Sorry your Luckydog had to say goodbye. I know this must be a very hard time for you.

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  3. Farewell to Luckydog and condolences to you both :-(

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  4. My deepest sympathies to you and doc on the loss of luckydog.

    spring

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  5. Sorry to hear about your dog. At least it was a peaceful goodbye.

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  6. Bev at Foodnstuff29 March, 2010 16:15

    Very sorry to hear about Luckydog. Sympathies to you both.

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  7. Goodbye Luckydog, from Matron and Buddy

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  8. To our new visitors and older cyber friends we say thank you for your kind words in comments here and in emails.

    Thank you again
    Doc and Scarecrow

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  9. Wow, It's my first time landing here in your site and I really find it awesome and interesting. But I'm sad that yoiur luckdog is gone :(.

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  10. UDTG interesting concept of growing tomatoes in that add your link goes to.
    Would be simple enough to make a home made version I'm sure.

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  11. I'm so sorry to hear about Luckydog. It sounds like you gave her a wonderful and fun forever home.

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  12. found your wonderful searching for answers to chickens moulting...this is our first year with chooks in QLD. So sorry for the loss of Luckydog...I think he truly was a Luckydog to have such a wonderful life.

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