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Evolution of a Garden Bed

I created a small, sloping veggie bed along our western fence line back in 2006 when I thought I’d try growing horseradish and ginger from green-grocer products. Before the plants could do anything, Frank and I moved to Darwin and the … Continue reading

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Celery

Today I transplanted some celery to the bed nearest the kitchen in the hopes that we’ll get used to cutting a few celery leaves to add to many of our meals. I also moved a couple of spinach plants, mainly … Continue reading

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Coffee Fertiliser

This zebra plant really struggled outside. Then, when I brought it indoors, it thrived – probably because I added some compost to the soil and started watering it every day. It’s a big drinker. But before too long, the colours started … Continue reading

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