What do I do with them? Put them on the burn pile (unless I get mugged on the way first…)
(Sound on!). Looks like a good crop of baby Western Banjo frogs (aka Pobblebonk frogs) coming up this season. Unfortunately probably means more snakes this summer? 😬
After shifting a previous fence line over a bit we gained an extra ~30sq metres of garden bed. Well, it needed to be painfully (and literally!) turned, into somewhat usable soil for two lime and two orange trees coming in the near future. . Also added a bunch of yellow sulphur powder to try to reduce the PH a little, as well as gypsum to break down the clay a bit, and sand to help with drainage. Add to that a heap of donkey pop and hay that was left over from the previous owners, and finally topped up with cypress tree mulch the lovely lads from the local council generously dumped a truckload of in our yard while doing routine tree cleanup earlier in the year.
An hour in the drop saw had everything squared and cut to length. 200mm high planks to stack as the compost level grows or shrinks.
Shouldn’t this little guy be out and about conducting his business?
I think. This one fell in the winds, still a little “bright” on the palate.
Our old fence posts + some star pickets to hold them up. Final touch will be slotted boards for the front made from local Cypress. 2–3 week wait on those though. (Reluctantly posing dog for scale).