*Apologies for late posting*
August 2017 Harvest:
70g cherry tomatoes
3 normal red…Blog August 2017 3 Favorites July 2017
*Sorry for late post, have a backlog!*
July 2017 Harvest:
- 17 passionfruit
- 980g red eggplant
- 300g red scotch bonnet chillis (that's what they are called!)
-…Blog July 2017 2 Favorites pumpkin soup, pumpkin buns, keep it coming... photo pumpkin soup, pumpkin buns, keep it coming... 3 Favorites Spring at The Gap
On days when it feels like nothing is growing in the garden, it is time to take stock.
These garden were planted on 5 June17. Set up as simple version of wicking bed, they produced…Blog Spring at The Gap 5 Favorites My Happy Acres Hi Everyone, Yes we have very sandy soil on our small 12 acres and I would like to change that to be able to grow vegetables for myself and some mates. I have 2 worm farms I've just started but am o… Discussion My Happy Acres 4 Favorites first fig September 2, 2017 photo first fig September 2, 2017 3 Favorites Growing in baths In reply to Andrew Mortimer who wants info on growing in baths. I grow in many types of containers. I was lucky to get a few baths years ago when my brother in law was a plumber for the Housing Commi… Discussion Growing in baths 3 Favorites
Tasted my latest experiment today- Pickled Nasturtium buds. I was sold on the idea that they would taste somewhat like capers...and they did. Nice and peppery but with a good crunch.Blog Pickled FauPers (Faux Capers) 3 Favorites Photo uploaded on August 20, 2017 photo Photo uploaded on August 20, 2017 2 Favorites End of Winter 2017
Well, I'm calling it anyway as the garden seems to think it's done and it's warm enough. All my pretties have come out!
…Blog End of Winter 2017 7 Favorites Operation Cabbage butterfly decoy photo Operation Cabbage butterfly decoy 3 Favorites