Not much has been happening in the garden...
Doc's Mum helping in the garden during 2011.
This November is a month I would rather forget. The only positive thing was that we spent a lot of time with all our family...the reason was the negative.
Doc's dear, sweet mother lost her battle with Alzheimer's last week. At only 74 years of age it was tragic to watch what this disease did to someone we loved. In many ways her loss is a (very sad) relief.
Temperatures this month:
Lowest Min 1.2C
Highest Min 14.8C
Lowest Max 18.4C
Highest Max 37.3C
1 mm Rain which fell as scattered, light showers during the month
Rain: Year To Date: 347mm (Average YTD: 285.9mm)
Comparison with other years:
November Average is 25.7mm:
Very dry with temperatures rising...
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. For Salads, Juice and Stirfries I have been picking Silverbeet, Gotu Kola, Lettuce, Kale, Parsley, Beetroot Leaves and Lebanese, Upland and Water-Cress which are not always weighed.
Red Onions 897g
Sugarsnap Peas 50g
Total Veg Harvest for November 1.5Kg
Total Fruit Harvest for November 3.8Kg
Total Eggs for November: 54 eggs.
25 From the 1 Farmyard Feral
29 From the 3 Faverolles
November of Previous Years:
2006 This Blog is seven years old this month!!
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