Aphids have been going to town on my snake beans. So this morning, I thought I'd get up early and get down there and spray them. Admittedly, with all this lovely rain, I haven't been in the vegie patch much over the past week. Not much is at the productive stage, so not a lot of need. But what I found down there made…Continue
What do you keep in your Garden Shed? What type of Tools do you use? Do you make your own? What recycled materials do you use? Dare I say it What Chemicals and Fertilizers Do you use, Do you use Cert Organic Products or Do you make your own? What does you shed look like, please show us a photo if possible, it would be fun to see different Sheds.
Lissa and I joined quite a crowd to listen to Graham Sait expound at length on the need for and benefits of Humus (and although tasty, not the Chick Pea Hummus ;-)) See this event: http://brisbanelocalfood.ning.com/events/how-humus-can-save-the-world
Not certain of Graham's academic background but he has the gift of making complex ideas and practices plain and clear to we ordinary…
I decided it was time for a clean up. I don't like clutter and I have been feeling like my garden has been highjacked by a pumpkin vine and madagascar beans. So Garden got a haircut.
With so many ways to use Matcha in everyday cooking, today I decided to make some yummy Matcha Chocolate & Goji Berry Energy Ball treats.
I love cooking with Matcha because is can aid your health in the following ways.
Well, I am currently very annoyed at my employment at the moment. I have so much work to do at home that it seriously eats into my gardening time. Anyone who thinks teaching is a bludge should try it for a while (I used to be one of those people - seriously 12 weeks leave a year - "how hard could it be?" , I used to think). I have never been so overworked in my LIFE!!! Okay, after that little rant I'll get down to business.…Continue
The Garden in March, 2015. Hopefully the Summer heat and humidity is in the past and seedlings get a better start in life. Despite the wet Summer, the garden looks bedraggled and unsure of itself.It hasn't quite decided which plant will rule the soil or the air.