Succulent madness

I have not been blogging or studying for the last 4 days as I have just been bitten by the succulent bug.

I went plant shopping on Wednesday and Thursday and was digging and planting on both days. Shoveling dirt, moving stones, carefully transplanting the plants. My only regret is not getting a bag of potting mix as I didn’t know my soil was clayish at the bottom 😕

Here are some photos from yesterday. Photos of the actual garden will be uploaded another day as I went straight from gardening to the bed yesterday.

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Spot the boy and his doll. Taken while waiting for our lunch on Wednesday

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Look at how happy I was!

Good thing I brought a hat with me yesterday. It was overcast in the morning but got pretty sunny by the time I reached the nursery. Oh my goodness! I totally looooovvveeee this nursery. The owners name is Jody and she had some new stock that was so beautiful I really love the quirky stuff and some of the plants were really unusual and a lot of colour (two of my favourite things!). They are out West and are totally worth the drive. If you are interested check out Wairere Nursery. When I arrived she passed me this awesome little booklet of the core range that she stocks. Along with succulents she has bromeliads and aloe and a few more plants which I didn’t take notice of.

Jody is so knowledgeable and we drove around her nursery in her van which made me feel totally legit as a beginner farmer enthuasist. It also reminded me of my families old pajero back home in Malaysia.

Here is some of her stock (I really should have taken more photos).

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Look at that all shoooooo pwettty!

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Aerial view of what has been done so far

I’m hoping to create a little enchanted forest of succulents here. Definitely will try propagating what I have and make thousands of little baby succys (MUAHAHAHAHA).

Next post will have more detail on what I got and I manage to get Jody to give me two of her plants which weren’t for sale. Yeahyur!

Till then

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