Remember back to when I ripped off all of the white jasmine from the trellis on the east side of the yard. This is what the area looked like in May this year.
After lots of greywater, a big bag of sheep manure and two wheel barrows of compost, this is what it looks like now;
From another angle;
The great thing about having the pink jasmine close by is that the bees are visiting it all day, just as the pumpkin flowers are beginning to develop. The jasmine is also benefiting from all the greywater as you can see by the massive display of beautiful flowers. Those massive pumpkin leaves are from the Qld Blue I planted. It is taking over the yard as are these Australian Butter Pumpkins.
Quite a big leaf, and all very healthy I would say. This has been my most successful year with pumpkins and squash. The Golden Nugget already have pumpkins growing!
How is your pumpkin patch growing and what types are your favourites?