So it’s a few months since I’ve made any post about where my verge garden is at. This is mostly because I’ve been busy with work and the compost did need more time than anticipated to break down to woodchip matter. In an encouraging sign though someone did appear to plant some seeds before I had to turn the compost again yesterday, I was quite surprised at this but perhaps this might be catching on? If nothing else it seems to suggest that this is almost ready for proper planting and that perhaps someone else other than myself is actually invested in this thing.
On the topic of planting, you may notice that there are a few herbs already in there now. I have planted some lemongrass and rosemary as a start to getting things ready for a month or so down the track when I’ll really start planting it out. I put these in to begin to serve as a windbreak and barrier for the rest of the garden once it’s planted. In any case, the compost is developing a nice, almost deep brown colour which I’m happy with.
There’ll be a few more posts soon on the garden once I begin to plant it out and in the spring as it really starts to take off. I’m hoping that come early summer it’ll be at a stage where it’s viable to leave it be if I had to and it’d still continue to thrive where it is.
That’s almost all I can think about on this one, but, if there’s questions or suggestions list them below or contact me.