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Our final product

Mary Bailey House is talking about growing Peas from Sydney

With very limited time the children were able to plant from seeds, water, furtilise and check up on the peas to discover that we succeeded in growing fresh peas. The children worked hard to maintain the growth of the peas. With lots of unpredic...

Read on | comments | Posted at 16:12pm on 17th December 2015

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Fertilizing our peas

Mary Bailey House is talking about growing Peas from Sydney

Our Peas are finally growing! The children prepared a compost bin that has been on the side to set for 6 months and now it's ready to spread on the garden before the holidays. The children got their wheel burrows and shovels to scoop the compos...

Read on | comments | Posted at 16:12pm on 17th December 2015

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Madmarg is talking about growing Beans, Capsicum, Tomato, Peas from Adelaide

This is the third bed which includes Beans - not particularly successful with a few woody fruit - so I'm going to pull them out and plant some seeds in the New Year (Hawkesbury Wonder - beautiful dwarf bean).  The Minature Capsicum, which ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:12am on 15th December 2015

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Madmarg is talking about growing Peas, Beetroot from Adelaide

This photo shows the smallest bed which incudes Baby Spinach (which I harvested five days ago) its regrown very quickly!  A few stray Peas which aren't very inspiring.  Six Lebanese Cue plants, four of which are starting to flower. &n...

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:12am on 15th December 2015

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Madmarg is talking about growing Peas from Adelaide

Here is photo two, showing the back view of the previous comments.

The dark spots in the mulch are the small plums from my non-fruiting flowering Prunus Nigra - the Magpies are having a lovely messy time eating them and stirring up the ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 09:12am on 15th December 2015

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