Here’s another contender for the FREE 1910 preserving class!!!

My name is Vicki and my partner is Wayne. We moved from Sydney 12 months ago and to our own place in Robertson in the Southern Highlands about six months ago. We were very keen to grow own vegetables and with great enthusiasm set about building puppy proof vege patches. We have 3 gardens in total all 1 sleeper long and half a sleeper wide they are all 600 high. We have used a veggie soil mix and no other sprays we have netted all gardens and have enjoyed some of our spinach (silver beet), Yellow Zucchini’s, parsley, sage, tarragon, basil, celery, beans and mixed lettuce. Some of it is going to seed and I am letting that happen.We are currently waiting on our corn and heaps of tomatoes, I know there will be stacks of tomatoes so I will need to preserve them or make a jam. I have included some photos not only the garden and it’s progress but also our first harvest which included beetroot but also the spinach and leek pie I made after picking the spinach.

I hope this gives me a chance at winning! Vicki. – It sure does!!!

Thanks Vicki for your entry, it’s fantastic and you’re now in the running for that FREE preserving class. You’ve also have all been busy looking at your pics and I’m coming around to your place for some of that spinach and leek pie – I’ll bring the homemade mead and mulled wine.

New Garden

First Harvest Growing garden

Spinach and Leek Pie

2 thoughts on “Here’s another contender for the FREE 1910 preserving class!!!

  1. Thankyou so much Stephen! I’m really excited and I look forward to you coming over for some Spinach and Leek Pie! Cheers Vicki

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