David Early and David Askin – planting eucalypts – October 2011

Had a great afternoon, planting Eucalyptus ovata, viminalis, nitens and badjensis. David busied himself with pruning back broom – a great adventure together, then we finished off with wedges in the log burner, peas, carrots and corn on the top of log burner and a couple of chicken legs, with heaps of ginger – […]

Bee keeping at Ballybroom

21/11/2010 Broom (Cytisus spp) seems to have no value to bees- at least through spring flowering. The Escholchia- One day poppy or Californian poppy in river bed- no value to bees. Bees are flying out to John’s place- assume it is the dryland paddocks with lots of clover that is drawing the bees. A […]