Thanks Tavascarow, for the like and welcome.... It is a small piece carved from birch, a remnant of the stump from felling the tree, days after moving into this place. It's called 'Seal' of course... being an abstract of. I wish I had your climate/growing zone here...Oh, the things I would plant...
tahir, sean and vegplot... Likewise thanks for your welcoming posts as well.
||welcome to downsizer.|
||Hello from sunny Devon|
||Hello from freezing Derbyshire today, yesterday just teeshirts !|
||Welcome from the sunny South. Yesterday it was the very wet south.|
||Hello and welcome.|
Another South-Wester here, from sunny (yesterday, soggy!) Somerset. You will find much to inform, infuriate and amuse on ds
What sort of area do you live in? I've never been to Sweden!
||yes, hello and welcome!|
It's still feeling a little Scandinavian here but at least the days are longer!
I'd love to hear about your permaculturing
||Hello from South West Scotland! (but in Kent at the moment!!)|
||Hallo from SW France, which is feeling a little Scandinavian at present|
|Nicky Colour it green
Hej från Yorvik
(just me being confusing, as usual) my swedish friend refused to teach me "why learn a language that 3 million folk dont bother to use"
hello and welcome ,you mention growing things and climate ,i know it gets very cold in winter but the late spring /summer/ early fall can be quite warm and pleasant in south sweden.i recon there are plenty of things that will thrive and a few microclimate creations might extend the varieties possible .
and you have access to some great inshore fishing grounds
ps i recon sweden is a good place to settle ,the uk is going to hell in a posh handbag at the moment .