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I was inspired to write this post after reading a magazine article which reminded me of the most important lesson with water – water to match your soil. Bill Bampton said “There is a danger to one-size […]

Watering Part 1 – Rules of Thumb

Everyone who has been growing anything in the garden is familiar with bugs. Aphids, cutworms, mealy bugs are just a few that thrive on our vegetables and flowers causing damage and loss of produce. You […]

A Good Bug Mix

Hello green thumbs, It is the quieter part of the growing calendar and I am getting through my winter jobs list, which is very satisfying. Taking advantage of the slower growing, including “weeds” is essential. […]

Winter cover for your garden

Greetings veggie growers and food lovers, Some moons have passed since I last posted, and some big changes have taken place for us here on the South coast. Previously I was growing at a property […]

Autumn… just in time for winter!

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In Part 1, we visited Tiny’s Green shed and went home with a car full of things…and now to Part 2… Part 2 – Pallets and Ponderings. So hat on my head, and boots on […]