Hi folks, So today, I was looking at my overflowing coriander pot and felt so guilty about hardly using it. Keep in mind that I have another pot started with seeds as I turn these over every 6-8…Continue
This was the recipe I used today for the lemon curd tea cake that everyone enjoyed.Cake mixture300 grams Self Raising Flour120 grams Butter150 grams sugar2 eggLemon curd120 grams lemon juice120 grams…Continue
So, I have a problem at the moment. I have just worked through one bunch of 90 banana's-> banana muffins, banana smoothies, banana bread, frozen banana, dried banana and give aways. You name it,…Continue
Look what I got in my inbox!Dear Susan, You made an enquiry with us quite a while ago now. Sorry for taking so long to get this ready for you. We now have 8 of the Chestnut - Winchester available.…Continue
I’m getting more extreme in the garden at the moment and I think every Tom, dick and Harry is currently doing the same. I had run out of my trusty rooster booster fertiliser and went to Bunnings to grab some more and thought I’d see if there were any seeds or flower seedlings I fancied. The answer to that question was a resounding “no!” Lucky for me, my seed stock is nice and robust because there was NOTHING on the shelves.
I had some roses die out in the…Continue
Hi guys, I went to Valerie’s garden visit today and boy I’m glad I did cause Andy was there and we finally worked out the problem of not being able to add photos from my phone. The trick is DO NOT use the “add photos by mobile phone or email button”. Just treat your phone like a computer and select the files using “browse my computer”.
So here are some…Continue
Well, I've just managed to get one last blog post in before the end of 2019 and what a year it has been! I have been very busy but not so much in the garden because as usual, the December heat hits and not a lot vegie wise does any good. Capsicums, Chilli, Eggplant and corn is about all that does well in my garden. Tomatoes struggle especially as I always get spider mite infestations. Suprisingly, I have lettuce (salanova varieties at the front row of this picture vs normal varieties…Continue