The only thing surviving in the 15m long low planter are the chillies, herbs and silverbeet - oh and one brocollini plant! Everything else has been eaten.
In the detritus left by the bug eaten brassica, I've planted more peas.
The greens on the ground are covered and these are growing well at least.
Peas in my garlic!
Golden podded peas and wee sugar snaps...
At least Florence Fennel is looking nice and plump!
The bok choy up high in the apple crates are doing well which is more than I can say for the zillions I planted in the long low bed - all of them got eaten.
How miserable is the long low planter looking?? Not even the peas in there survived the attack of the slug, snail, millipede and caterpillar.
We are harvesting broccolini regularly from the 5 plants that survived being stripped by the caterpillars. Actually I found a caterpillar floating in a vegetable broth I made the other night. I picked it out and continued eating! Ew.
Here are the flourishing apple crates - aside from the brassica anyway.
The sweetpea are getting there!
The golden peas are getting a bit unwieldy must build better supports for them...
Go in peas and have a lovely peasful weekend