Toasty and warm

Wednesday 3 September 2014

 Alan is in there somewhere, honestly, working the steriliser.


Alan is in there somewhere, honestly, working the steriliser

Seeds from the Atherosperma moschatum (Australian sassafras, 20 ft. x 10ft.) in the Shamrock Garden had been collected and sown this spring. These were pricked out into our normal compost but due to yellowing of the leaves Alan decided to repot them into sterilised soil based compost which we make on site. So we re-potted about 150 of these little plants into this lovely warm soil, you can just tell they are going to thrive.

 Wilf and Michael hard at work in the nursery


Wilf and Michael hard at work in the nursery

Jill

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