Published : 21st August 2011 @ 01:17 by zephyr

tomatillos, mycelium/fungi, marsh mallow, foxgloves, teasles and other wild flowers. I am also growing a viable population of amphibians, in the last two days I have seen baby palmate newts, baby slow worms, frogs and a cute baby toad, I leave the compost heaps untouched while the slow worms breed, and produce loads of compost, which grows soil depth and fertility we have a wildlife pond and a log pile under the shade of the trees. I don't dig so I have a growing population of ground nesting bees too, the wild flowers attract a wide variety of bumbles hoverflies, bee flies, dragonflies, now what is more exotic than a fully functional soil foodweb ?

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