Brisbane Local Food
We have a LOT of tromboncino at the moment so I set about challenging myself to make a three course…
Tags: Manor, McDowall
A very quick video to describe and show a fruit which is less common. It's called Feijoa.
Some trees arrived today.Purrchased from Steve Trennery in Cairns.Contact via messenger or at stren…
Just purchased these beauties, please comment if you know anything about them.
Over 200mm of rain in the last week has seen the achachas push tons of new growth.
Our 4th jackfruit is ripe. Time to pick and eat more of this delicious fruit.
My peanut butter fruit tree with its large crop of fruit March 2021
Burgandy okra flowers. Picking dinner on a rainy afternoon
First homegrown Jackfruit dissection
This is an adaptable, simple sauce that works great on pizzas. You can add a few extra ingredients…
Tags: Manor, McDowall
Last part of the Tour. Thought I would just chuck them all up. If I learn how next time I will get…
Continuing the tour.Had trouble with my recordings, so will make this a three part tour.
I think I…
Part 1 of Jan 2021 Garden Tour around my urban homestead.Sorry for the nothingness at the end of th…
I joined a Youtube group called shed wars 21 which is a gardening mob. My first tip for the shedwar…
Tags: Brisbane, compost
I was going to transfer a native stingless bee hive, or if lucky, split it into two. Alas, on openi…
Dec 8, 2020
First crop of corn for the year and some other garden updates.
Dec 4, 2020
Until a week or so ago, we faced drought and rats and possums. We finally got rain and the rats hav…
Tags: urban, self
Nov 7, 2020
Here is the link to the original Kransky clip by Sapper Rob from Essayons Family Garden https://www…
Oct 31, 2020
Today's storm was a touch more over the top. Narrowly avertered flood of the house.
Tags: farm, Brisbane
Oct 27, 2020
We had a subtropical storm today. This video shows the impact and how we try to make the most of th…
Oct 25, 2020
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Vetiver grass helps to stabilise soil and protects it against erosion. It can protect against pests and weeds. Vetiver is also used as animal feed. (Wiki.)
GrowVetiver is a plant nursery run by Dave & Keir Riley that harvests and grows Vetiver grass for local community applications and use. It is based in Beachmere, just north of Brisbane, Australia.
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