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A friend once told me, that all the gardeners she knew were happy people. Well it turns out...

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Seeing how tiny my garden is you would think I would not be venturing into fruit trees, but...

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Cajun gumbo

Rained all day yesterday (Tuesday, not...

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I just wrote a great post on my blog about how the sun's position in the sky and the shadowing...

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In response to a blog entry i just read about restaurant gardens i thought i would share this...

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I have been asked for some info on SA gardening.  Here is a start.

As far as I can see...

This is the time of year when the potted mums and pansies are out in full force.  I used to...

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