My bestest discovery has been a wool needle for sewing in the ends. Much neater and stronger. I have used 12 ply instead of 8 ply wool - which makes a much thicker and warmer cosy.
TEA COSY LOVE EVERYWHERE!
In other news, here are my new wolfberries. There are two varieties - a Chinese one and a Tibetan one - and much frou frou about which variety has the most antioxidants - so I got both.
Well, I got two of each, but the lovely folks from Beautanicals sent me THREE of each, so I am especially happy. They are looking a little droopy from being transplanted, but apparently this is normal and a certain amount of sulkiness can be expected after such a shock.
More berries. Can you have too many varieties of berries in a garden? I think not.
roll call to date is:
- Black Shatoot Mulberry
- White Shatoot Mulberry
- Kiwiberry (well, I reckon they are like a berry)
oh - I forgot STRAWBERRIES!