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I'm into my second year of growing edibles in the backyard (pretty much growing anything really). I started with simple asian greens in styrofoam boxes in the…Blog Getting the house in order 3 Favorites 03.12.11 December Seed Savers at Indigiscapes photo 03.12.11 December Seed Savers at Indigiscapes 1 Favorite 2011/2012 SUMMER December to February Blog 2011/2012 SUMMER December to February 2 Favorites Reach for it! -- Trellis Gardening: Snakes an
It's nearing the end of spring but with temperatures rising and no rain, I'm organising the shade structures for the garden to give my plants some relief in the hot dry weeks and months ahead. …Blog Spring Garden update - hot & dry! 5 Favorites Sundried tomatoes.. well almost photo Sundried tomatoes.. well almost 2 Favorites Unborn wolves among sheep photo Unborn wolves among sheep 3 Favorites November 2011 Update
Fruiting plants which are making the most of the heat are the Fig a White Adriatic. Supposedly a ‘dwarf’ and given that it is living in a 300L wicking bin, and will be ruthlessly pruned, it will…Blog November 2011 Update 2 Favorites The cavalry has arrived! photo The cavalry has arrived! 3 Favorites Not sure what this one is photo Not sure what this one is 2 Favorites NATIVE BEE HIVE AGISTMENT I attended a native been workshop last weekend with Tim Heard and Tony Goodrich splitting three hives - wonderful day and very informative. For anyone wanting a native bee hive but daunted at the pri… Discussion NATIVE BEE HIVE AGISTMENT 1 Favorite Donna's garden visit Sunday 30th October Here's everyone having a good time at Donna's garden visit last weekend. Brendan with some of Mum's banana crop. Donna with Babaco, amazingly producing already!, and bananas. Babaco fruit developing… Discussion Donna's garden visit Sunday 30th October 4 Favorites