Posts tagged with "gardening"



Kitchen · 01. May 2020
Pine Trees exist everywhere on earth. Except for Antartica (sorry to my science station readers). This makes it a truly accessible plant, that anyone can use.
Garden · 09. April 2020
When we made it into the greenhouse (ah) to get going on the winter vegetables, we decided to plant foods that would help us stay at home longer and enable us to distance ourselves, while remaining healthy, choosing many “cut and come again” staples that compliment many a meal.

Garden · 10. March 2020
To make the most of the herbs and sages I have been growing in the garden, I decided to look into making smudges and using them to provide calm in my home. Read on to see how I got on...
Garden · 22. February 2020
It’s the greenest summer I have ever seen up here on the hill, and it has us all a bit thrown. On the whole, its actually been very cool, the temperate nature of our climate usually has us desperate for rain. This year we have been gifted so much extra. It's easy to forget (...)

Garden · 01. February 2020
A celebration of backyard, balcony, community and window-sill farmers across the country, Grow It Local is a grass roots, purpose-driven mission to get more people growing, sharing and eating locally grown foods. I've registered my patch, and you can too.
Garden · 27. November 2019
The Borage is blooming readily by now, the sweet peas start to climb up them and reach for the trellis in the middle. I’m calling this my “sweet pea circus” as it accidentally has been shaped like a tent. It will invite the bees to a new spot in my garden, hopefully they will pay attention to the two new raised beds sitting beside it. (...)

Garden · 15. November 2019
Yate's creates new bee and butterfly seed mixes for home gardeners. The “Bee Pasture for Pollen and Nectar” seed mix contains selected varieties of bee attracting flowers including Phacelia, Borage, Poppies, Zinnia and Calendula and (...)
Garden · 19. August 2019
While the natural hedgerows are disappearing, we can all re-boot the system and plant our own hedges are part of our own garden’s eco-system. When I was presented with a tricky landscaped steep hill-side retaining wall that was spread long and narrow across my front rural garden boundary, my first thoughts instantly brought me back to the hedgerows of my childhood. t could be a wonderful entry point for insects, bees, wild native birds and, most wonderfully, pests into the garden.

Garden · 11. August 2019
The underrated Elderberry shrub (Sambucus Nigra), with it’s white delicious plumes of Elderflowers, is a meaningful addition to any edible garden of note. It’s berry’s may not be as delicious straight off the tree, it’s akin to a watery blackberry, but once the dark purple blackening berry is stewed into a concoction, it takes on a delicious richness that will satisfy and keep flu’s at bay for the winter months.
Garden · 15. July 2019
As with many things in life, there is no straight cut answer to this question, but there is a myriad of factors to consider when deciding where to place your new green plant propagation and nurturing station.

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