Wow, so much rain! How wonderful. But then, I thought it would never stop! Happy for the milder weather. The rain kept me indoors for more baking adventures and in the moments of mild sunshine,…Blog March 2017 3 Favorites Avocados photo Avocados 2 Favorites 20160821_170323 photo 20160821_170323 1 Favorite 20160921_131703_resized photo 20160921_131703_resized 1 Favorite WE WELCOME AUTUMN 2017
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 The Gourd of the Dance photo The Gourd of the Dance 4 Favorites Front Garden Renovation photo Front Garden Renovation 3 Favorites CITRUS ROOTSTOCKS- Horses for courses Just for those who would be interested, I found this manual online with details on citrus rootstocks and why different types are used. ((LINK). Also some notes from the citrusguy in U.S. to see w… Discussion CITRUS ROOTSTOCKS- Horses for courses 4 Favorites 05.03.17 ELAINE and ELAINE's GARDEN VISIT an… I must firstly apologise to Elaine’s for the lateness of this report I have been waiting to have the photos available but we have had problems putting them on from the phone to computer but today we… Discussion 05.03.17 ELAINE and ELAINE's GARDEN VISIT an… 4 Favorites Pink limeberry photo Pink limeberry 5 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 A quail slaughter house?!
I worked out that many of my quails are 2 years old or more. That's ancient for quail. Rather than let the old birds die, I really should cull them while they can be eaten.
In terms of…Blog A quail slaughter house?! 2 Favorites GREEN MOXIE HOUSES FULL ARTICLE If you’re looking for a tiny home that doesn’t skimp on luxurious features, feast your eyes on the elegant Greenmoxie Tiny House on wheels. This comfortable, eco-friendly home is a 340-s… Discussion GREEN MOXIE HOUSES 3 Favorites GARDEN VISIT & BANANA SPRING ROLL MAKING DEM… event GARDEN VISIT & BANANA SPRING ROLL MAKING DEM… 1 Favorite 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 TRIAL WICKING BED This is just a short note to let you know about an experiment I made with a wicking bed. About a year ago, I trialled a wicking rectangular garden bed (about 1.8m x 1.2m) with about 300 mm tin sides,… Discussion TRIAL WICKING BED 2 Favorites Some Notes on Wicking Beds for the Garden Vi… Wicking beds come in a variety of sizes and styles. They have one thing in common: they are self-watering pots with the only drainage a place for water to overflow. Here we have 2 types of manufactur… Discussion Some Notes on Wicking Beds for the Garden Vi… 3 Favorites TWO WEEKS IN DAYBORO
I am very fond of Dayboro, the folk are down to earth, the scenery gorgeous. It's still close to amenities but feels "country". So the opportunity to spend, all up, 8 weeks here is most…Blog TWO WEEKS IN DAYBORO 4 Favorites Reflections on my way of gardening
Hi guys, (don't worry, I'll add photo's later. I just got in the mood to blog and didn't plan ahead and it is now dark so can't take the matching photo's)
So, if you've been…Blog Reflections on my way of gardening 7 Favorites