Spring has sprung and I've got heaps to do in the garden. I've made a small start for the season. I've got a good crop of garlic coming through (thanks to a lot of worm castings). In the photo above is a nice bright variety of silverbeet, and in the same bed are a variety of brasica's (cauliflower, brocoli, etc), two varieties of lettuce, a very large rubbarb plant, and a sprinkling of strawberries. I don't like to plant things in rows or group plants together. I just scatter them around. Seems more natural to me and makes better use of space.
After last seasons success with spuds-in-a-tire I'm doing that again.
I've got chinese cabbage growing wild now (great). They are a winter crop so right now they're brightening up the place with their flowers.
My strawberry planters I prepared months ago are developing berrys.
I'm not sure what this plant is. It just popped up.