In the 'Beginning'
This is my garlic patch, as you can tell. It seems that for the last 6 to 8 weeks anytime I had spare to work in the garden I was either feeling unwell or it's been raining and to wet to weed. But today the planets have aligned and allowed me to at least get the majority of the weeds away from my garlic.
Some where around the 'middle' of the job.
Yep! what can I say? About half way and looking good.
I don't remember but this must have been last years potato patch and there were a few spuddies self sown. I didn't want them to grow any bigger so I harvested them and here is the result. Spuddies for nothing and your chips for free.
Then comes the 'end'
Mostly any way. It was a rough weeding and I'll need to return and give it a through weeding straight after I finish the next patch (see below)
There is carrots, peas, radish and potatoes that need rescuing in there.
Plus more than enough room for a good planting of beans.
Busy, busy, busy.
There you have it the B.M .(D.) E.N. of weeding.
Cheers and happy weeding