Is anyone else disappointed that the cyclone is not giving us any rain? I was holding off watering this week cause I was like "Torrential downpour on its way" to no avail ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Not happy!
Well I've had my first (ripe) black sapote. Now I have waited almost a year for this fruit to ripen. It is continually flowering and setting fruit but I've worked out it needs a lot of water to keep them so most drop off. This one has…Continue
I've always viewed my garden as a Kitchen Garden where what I grow is determined by what I eat. That perspective has waxed and waned over the years as periods of experimentation set in, only later to pass.
Ironically, my most recent menu advance was not located outback, but grew indoors instead.
When I started sprouting mung beans near the wash…Continue
The dry continues to make returns on the garden produce harder and harder ..... it has teased us a couple of times with clouds and the lightest of sprinkle but not even to wet a table napkin.
I have all my worm beds under a large tarp to help keep moisture in and stop the beds from baking.
Worms are a pretty easy part of the ecosystem I have in place to keep going, but it…Continue
Well, it has been a hot and dry summer. The garden beds were really dry but quite a few things survived. Luckily for us, the rain arrived right on cue. A little drizzle here, another downpour there and before you know it the garden will be brimming with life again. No time to lose. This year we are starting bright and early with greens and tomatoes for the tuckshop.…Continue