In this instalment we make further progress on our raised beds and we get around to rabbit proofing our veg patch using chicken wire, which was a tricky and protracted process.Continue reading Our first veg patch part three – rabbit proofing
Resuming from part one of our series, in this installment we’ve finished putting up the paling fencing, we fill the first raised bed with a mixture of compost and John Innes #2, and sow our first seeds. We also try to come up with solutions to get the veg patch finished in light of Coronavirus trade and business restrictions.Continue reading Building our first ever veg patch – part two
Our backdoor has a latch that can keep the door wide open. When it’s windy or there are a lot of bees, wasps and insects around, you want to keep the door slightly ajar.
My wife drew up a simple doorstop design, and this post and video shows you how to make a simple doorstop.Continue reading Make a simple doorstop – cheap and easy
Our path towards sustainability continues as we’ve embarked on building a fenced-in 9x9m veg patch. In part one of our video series on building our first ever veg patch from scratch, we focus on putting our fence posts into the ground and building the raised beds.Continue reading Building our first ever veg patch from scratch – part one
We finished refitting the master bathroom about six weeks ago, but we’ve been waiting for some small bits and pieces to arrive. Now that it’s all done, let’s check it out.Continue reading Fully refitted and finished master bathroom