Bob, that looks fabulous, love the blue slate, really makes the beds stand out. Don't think the ground elder will dare to trespass!
Just had a look! That is a whopper, but the largest parsnip is supposed to be 20 ft long! How the heck did they dig down that deep?!!!!
Oh for Pete's sake, does anybody ever read the "About me" on the person's avater?
I don't think Diddy is Pennies!
Hey, hallo Brumbull, nice to see you again, where have you been? You've been missed!
Hi hollie hock, I don't think that's necessary. My neighbour has a dark knight and it's never suffered, even in the coldest winter.
I've got a white, pink, purple and blue Buzz and have planted them as a group in the garden. Will prune them around April. We can get down to -20°C, usually in February, so hope they survive.
Not just May, but last year as well!
Sounds like a lot of hard work to me. Why not make raised beds, you can make them any shape/hight/depth you want, order topsoil to fill them.
I agree Verdun and second the motion, G'day Forkers!