In went my very sad looking lemon tree (Lisbon, very thorny, ouch!). Hopefully it will be happy in it's new home. I noticed it has some small lemon buds forming, fingers crossed these will grow well and provide us with some homegrown lemons.
Next to the lemon tree, I snuck in a giant tree tomato to make the most of the northerly aspect .....and the downpipe, which can serve as a support seeing as it could possibly reach 3 meters (highly unlikely, but I'll give it a shot!). The orange tree found it's new home further along, still in the same area. They both had a good dose of mushroom compost, blood and bone and goat-infused straw. The chopped up box hedge was layed to rest in the chook dome, where it will be turned over and composted by my trio of little (yet aging) workers.
I also put in a row of (4) blueberry plants along the edge of our driveway as well as some more tomatoes in several different locations.
They are all getting a wonderful soaking now, as I listen to the rain fall on our (colorbond) roof.