Worms are great and always good to see in any garden.....
Cheryl you have no idea how happy I am right now.The 'soil' at Wit's End was dry, greyish sand when we bought the place. Water repellant and no body to it at all.This is the very first time I have seen even a single worm!
Yay, great news!
you know, they have drugs for that LOL!Seriously, great going - I know what a challenge the sand can be - sounds like you've improved your soil's vitality a thousand-fold . . and that means great produce!xx
WTG oh wormy one LOLBlessings:)
I obviously didn't realise how bad your soil was.....I know how difficult that is. My Dad had a garden with sandy soil, more sand than anything else. It took him years improve it.....he to loved his veggies.I hope more worms arrive and increase your happiness ten fold.
what a fab title - and I'm happy for you :)
I have to say, I'd be excited about that too. :) It took all I the restraint I have, however, not to say the same thing as naturewitch, lol. Glad someone did it though.I have a question. Are you the same Crone as http://thecronescauldron.blogspot.com/?
Yes that's me!
Yep - she's a fabulous gardener AND cook. Wish some of it would rub off on me!Oh and congrats on the worms - I've seen what you had to start with - it's a major achievement.
Cool. Also, do you mind if I link to here from my blog? I just love this one.
Go right ahead :)Did I say 'Welcome'!
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