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After a full month of continual rain we had a weekend of sunshine!  Hopefully that was the...

I recently visited a wonderful garden in the Yarra Valley, to the east of Melbourne and came...

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After consuming my latest crop of parsnips i am sure i will be in rude good health!!!

Barbara Damrosch blogged  
I call them serendipity salads. A happy byproduct of error. When a row of greens is sown too...
Susan E. Roth blogged  

I am so excited local organic spinach is ready and the asparagus is coming next week. Before you...

Mary Riekert blogged  

 

Funny how dogs have to be in on the action. The minute I got the spade out and...

sangye blogged  

Further to my last blog - here is the chaos that making a seed mix produced.

sangye blogged  

The season has really kicked in - spring is early but yet late, we have frosts up here in at...

Barbara Damrosch blogged  

One of the most famous cartoons ever to run in the New Yorker magazine shows a small girl being...

sparkling tea blogged  

I first heard of Guerilla Gardening a couple of years ago. The idea is to brighten up public...

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