Added by Dave Riley on January 31, 2021 at 9:00 — No Comments
Living the dream suckers.
I'll hopefully have a GV soon after we move in but for anyone wanting to stickybeak here is the real-estate link.
Address available on request https://www.realestate.com.au/property-acreage+semi-rural-qld-wamuran-135244742
Picked the first pineapple of the year yesterday - no photo cos I cut it up straight away - couldn't wait to try it. It was OK, but I think I jumped the gun a bit - not as sweet as they usually are, and the top quarter was still pale yellow, not golden. I'll leave the next one on a bit longer. Pineapples are going in all over the garden in odd spots - and I've got a lot of odd spots in my garden!
The Zucchinis are finished, and I'm letting the tromboncino go to seed now - sorry,…Continue
Worst of all, look and plan.
Does this obsession ever stop?
When you think the greenery is 'just so' you have to maybe do this or that.
The plants are a collective that maybe can do without you, but you can't help…Continue
Added by Dave Riley on January 24, 2021 at 21:00 — No Comments
Hello friends, long time no see!
I’ve been busy these last months searching for a new house, and it seems like I’ve found the perfect one. We are selling up to secure it, and as such there’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to raid my current garden and just, take WHATEVER you want. Literally. From our current garden in Kallangur.
I have a large number of bathtub wicking tubs set up, most with plants including mature raspberry, Kankong, Sweet Potato to name a few,…
The year past in review.
I'm sorry I've been absent from blogging with any regularity lately. My husband was ill for a while and then holidays happened and as usual it all got away from me. Luckily, the rain has been kind and my garden is not looking to bad. Though, my garden still doesn't grow much in the way of veg over summer.
Here is what I harvested today - these carrots are way overdue for harvest and were planted back in July so I don't really count them as a…Continue
I put down the zucchini success to tying up the vines to 8-foot star pickets driven well into the ground. Never thought to do this until someone on BLF - Dave, I think it was, thank you - posted up a link to a zucchini grower in the US who did this, and who also advocated taking…Continue
But this time around...Continue