Category Archives: permaculture design

June Garden Guide

In this edition… Welcome to winter Soil reconditioning We’re all going a bit weed-mad Chooks & Compost June veg planting Advertisements

Posted in dirty fun, permaculture design, planting, soil, vegetables, weeds, winter

February Garden Guide

Just one sleep to go until the new school year. Not that anyone’s counting. Tomorrow I will remember just how short the working day is when it’s squeezed between school drop-off and pick-up and moth-holed with appointments, and I’ll remember … Continue reading

Posted in Food, fruit, hanging out in the garden, maintenance, markets, permaculture design, planning, planting, seedlings, seeds, summer, sustainable food, vegetables

January Garden guide & Happy New Year!

What do you do when life hands you lots of lemons – and grape leaves? Make dolmades!

Posted in crop protection, fruit, maintenance, permaculture design, planning, planting, recipes, resilient gardening, summer, vegetables, water

December Garden Guide

    What a different spring this has been from last year, when summer’s scorching heat arrived so early. This time spring has lurched along indecisively, giving us sudden huge downpours and even peppering one of the few really hot … Continue reading

Posted in Christmas, Food, hanging out in the garden, Local food, permaculture design, planning, planting, propagating, seedlings, summer, vegetables

Great big garden tour – and November guide

I promised a virtual tour of our garden in lieu of the open day which was cancelled recently, and here it is. It seems the weather agreed with the decision to call off the event, as it ended up raining … Continue reading

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Spring Open Day Cancelled

We are reluctantly cancelling our spring open day for health reasons and apologise to all who had planned to visit. We were looking forward to spending the afternoon with you! I intend to post a garden tour in pictures on … Continue reading

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Garden guide coming soon…

Morning gardeners, the October garden guide should be along later this week – it’s on my to-do list, just behind catching up on consultation and design work that has been delayed by the storms. Don’t panic – the soil is … Continue reading

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