Posts tagged with "writer"



Growing winter flowers.
Garden Updates · 04. May 2021
I really like the winter season up here actually. As you can detect from the passage above, our cold temperate climate here in South East Australia is fickle.So is the frost. We never quite know when or how much we will get. In the decade I have been here I have counted from 6 to 25 frosts per year.
Tomato and Zucchini Soup
Country Kitchen Recipes · 08. March 2021
We’ve been enjoying this quick summer soup, and its the ideal lunch, that warms you up on these cool days we’ve been having. It’s also nutritious, giving us all the vitamins we need through the changing seasons.

Garden Updates · 30. June 2020
In recent weeks we have enjoyed warm rosy sunsets, the whales have returned to our shores, and we have freshly accepted the frosty slap of icy air that greets us each morning. The golden hues of Autumn transformed into the pink glow of winter and we accepted that it was that time of year, the days were getting shorter (...)
Garden Updates · 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 Updates · 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 Updates · 31. July 2019
This winter of 2019 has been a timid one. Even as I dare to type these words I know that with the temperamental climate we live in, we could have an unexpected freeze at anytime. Yet, it’s been warm and I am currently not too worried about losing plants and all too worried that the fruit trees will not (...)

Garden Updates · 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.
The heady romance of Heywood Gardens
Garden Travel · 03. April 2019
Heywood Gardens is situated near the towns of Abbeyleix and Ballinakill in Ireland's centre, and is a garden that began its life in the 1700's with additional planning and design completed in 1912, Both the parkland and meditarean style garden compliment each other greatly and is worth more than just a quick peek for visitors.

Travel · 28. September 2017
Undoubtably having $20 on you (or local currency equivalent) is commonsense while travelling, especially if you are on your own. Having $20 in a "just in case" fund or placed in a safe place on your body or tucked into the back of your wallet that you cannot touch for everyday purchases is certainly an unwritten "rule" for me. Read more.
Travel · 05. December 2016
Stunning Lake Bonney is a freshwater lake in Barmera, in South Australia. Interestingly, the lake is filled and drained by the Murray River, which runs through the region.