Category Archives: pandemic

A very peaceful Easter

Happy Easter, Adelaide. It’s a strange one, I know, without camping and all the gatherings that usually go on, but maybe a time to reshape (not lose) some of the rituals that mark our seasons and cultures. And to do … Continue reading

Posted in autumn, Family, fermenting, Food, gifts, hanging out in the garden, pandemic, zones

Support for home gardeners during COVID-19

Good morning gardeners, Amidst the current chaos I hope that you are finding an oasis of peace in your gardens. Perhaps a few of you may be just beginning your own garden and yet to discover what a source of … Continue reading

Posted in community, Family, hanging out in the garden, pandemic, resilient gardening, time management, zones

Autumn at Home – The Silver Lining in the Health Crisis

Of all the times to be interrupting our usual busyness and spending more time at home, what season could be lovelier than autumn? The ground is still warm, there’s water in the tanks and there’s still sunshine to get a … Continue reading

Posted in autumn, children, community, Family, Food, pandemic, planning, planting, resilient gardening