After a…Blog My absence from outback was not enough to sab 2 Favorites THE FUTURE PATH FOR OUR GARDEN This discussion comes about from my thoughts of gardening practices, and I can relate to Jeffrey Hodges. He believes in gardening with nature and that it is meant to be both easy and enjoyable. He… Discussion THE FUTURE PATH FOR OUR GARDEN 3 Favorites Roger's Palogonite experiment growing tomatoe Blog Roger's Palogonite experiment growing tomatoe 5 Favorites 07.05.2017 Susan's GV Another wonderful BLF GV at Susan's. It was good to be able to see the changes in the seasons and even just over the last 5-6 months since the last visit. Notably, the pecan has leaves!!! I have to s… Discussion 07.05.2017 Susan's GV 5 Favorites Diggers sucked me in again and I lost.
I am giving rhubarb another go in my garden. I know, I know. I swore I wouldn't buy plants again from diggers but they had ruby red and mt tamborine varieties that I wanted to give a go so I…Blog Diggers sucked me in again and I lost. 5 Favorites 2017 Moon Calendar for Planting, Sowing, Pru… Firstly I am so sorry it has taken me so long this year to get my act together to do the Calendar for 2017, but here is your May Guide, As usual please excuse all spelling and grammatical errors. P… Discussion 2017 Moon Calendar for Planting, Sowing, Pru… 1 Favorite
I have been super busy in the garden, preparing everything for winter crops but it is that time when I feel not much is happening despite how much work I'm doing. …Blog The in-between time 5 Favorites Raspberry before pruning 2 photo Raspberry before pruning 2 2 Favorites April at The Gap
Weather has finally cooled down and a bit of a break at work means I give the garden my almost full attention
Bed 1 got a facelift in time for summer, with frame and shade. Now planted with…Blog April at The Gap 5 Favorites Garden Mid April 2017 photo Garden Mid April 2017 4 Favorites Stuffed Zucchini Flowers A use for the excess male flowers that you get off Zucchini/Tromonccino plants. I prefer trombonccino flowers because they are a little bigger. Male flowers - picked early in the morning and put int… Discussion Stuffed Zucchini Flowers 4 Favorites Spice is nice: cinnamon and turmeric with co… I'm no chocolate aficionado, but this time of year, late at night, I loves me cocoa.I use 100% cocoa which has a gorgeous warm red mahogany color and I blend that with some of the turmeric paste I fe… Discussion Spice is nice: cinnamon and turmeric with co… 4 Favorites The tiny farm deli.
Expanding the deli here on the tiny farm.
The tiny farm deli.
None of you will be shocked by the fact that I like to make my own deli items. From cheese, sauces, pestos and…
It has been a very busy time here since you were all at the GV Last year. We have transformed our Front Gardens into Food and Fruit Gardens. My love of Citrus stands out and since being introduced…Blog WE WELCOME AUTUMN 2017 6 Favorites Growing Seedlings from Seeds at home Because I'm supplying more of my gardening projects with seedlings I've been trying to tweak my DIY. At the primary school we have use of a huge shade tunnel. I do recommend having a tunnel like tha… Discussion Growing Seedlings from Seeds at home 3 Favorites Front Garden Renovation photo Front Garden Renovation 3 Favorites Molasses For Plants – How To Use It In Your… Molasses For Plants – How To Use It In Your Garden Have you wondered why some Organic Fertilizers smell like Molasses. I found this useful info whilst searching the net.. It sounds crazy, but a can o… Discussion Molasses For Plants – How To Use It In Your… 3 Favorites School Garden: First Term 2017 photo School Garden: First Term 2017 3 Favorites March blog and finally some rain.
So all that wild weather last week that everyone copped - we got nothing. Not a single drop. Friday through to today finally broke that. We've had some nice gentle rain that will hopefully make…Blog March blog and finally some rain. 7 Favorites