Rather than filling the 26/6/22 invitation thread, here goes: Andrew replied to my offer for members to visit my West End butterfly and wildlife garden for a tour and discussion about encouraging increased biodiversity by grow
I popped in to see a few of my local members today. Spent 5 seconds fixing a vaccuum cleaner and was rewarded by Chris recommending a couple of books that I also really liked the look of. Best of all, they were written by a South-east Queensland lo
My turmeric had died down, and I was concerned that it may be starting to rot with all the rain. So I decided to dig it up. Originally I planted just 4 small rhizomes, but harvested about a kilo, so I was very happy.
As I spend more time in the garden, I come to realise the difference and benefit of investing in quality garden tools. Though may be more expensive at the outset, they tend to not only last longer but also do the job well. This can save time and effo