A foray into the wonderful world of angora rabbits and fibre.
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
My Green Garden :)
Not only is it wonderfully naturally green it is also environmentally green :) All fencing was recycled as was the crib wall now being used a a cucumber rack. The rows between the veggies are layed down with recycled plastic strips covered with grass clippings -no weeding and end of the year it all gets rototillered back into the soil for nutrients. It only cost me three days of hard labour to make it happen but I can taste all the veggies now -tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, peas, beans, herbs, potatoes and asparagus :) And down by the Scamper tree (a cherry tree) there is a blooming strawberry bed. Loads of bunny poop used as fertilizer with no pestisides at all. Carrots and onions are getting planted in the front flower bed and the rhubarb will be ready this weekend if it keeps growing like it is. YUMMY!!!
There is even room on the tarps for the kids pool -an inflaable pool we picked up last year for $10 on clearance.
a small at home business specializing in fibre, angora rabbits and so much more! Also home to Jazzy Dyesigns by Jared a small exclusive dye artist aged 13 who is creating one of a kind rovings for the world to enjoy.