To my disgust, Ian made the decision to have a registered catcher come and remove the pythons from our yard. We had 5 of them moving around in our shed. Maybe it is mating season, he managed to bag…Continue
This is about a video that I found quite intriguing. It is about a lost garden, which was run down since the 2nd World War. It was once one of the most spectacular gardens in England, consisting of a…Continue
One off my bucket list, we visited the Narangba Nursery which is run by a young couple and they are doing a good job. They have their own tissue culture bananas and quite a few exotic and native…Continue
When all my fruit trees finally produce an abundance of fruit, I will have a way to save and store harvests. With my many Ball-mason jars and even my old vacola bottles, will have some use.
This AMERICAN cooker is 30 quart or 28.5 litre pressure canner will more than suffice. I also purchased a Secure Grip lid lifter: Premium Bottle tongs. …Continue
My gardening abilities have been curbed a bit lately and have led me to reading more about different ways to increase the goodness in our soil which is the engine of our plant growth and the machine that nature provided to help us be more reliant in the future.
So much has been learnt by reading and listening to the advice given and seeing the soil improvements by Ernst Gotsch and like- minded individuals. They have seen the damage in different counties of…Continue
Mulch, Mulch, Mulch is what we hear from some of the best gardeners. Whether it be the slow natural way as in the forest (what drops and rots from above) or the introduced mulch to speed up the forest floor. As we only have 2 large poinciana trees on our block of land, and they only have very fine leaves and tiny twigs that fall most of the time in winter, we have to supplement.
My mother-in-law Gardener, who gardened here first, used grass mulch from the grass…Continue
Just a few pics to show some of my garden. We are planning to move some of the citrus so they can be together in same location. They need watching, and spraying with oil wash for bugs. Easier to do in one area. The persimmons are holding on to a few fruit but this rain is upsetting them now. The red Shahtoot are giving me lovely long fingers of fruit. The white Shahtoot has been potted up. The Lamb Hass avocado should keep good company with the Dwarf Wurtz. My order of little bananas…Continue