My imagination ran away without me and now I have incredible strawberry beds.
An update on our rainfall, and how we plan to hold onto it for longer.
After receiving my soil test results, I’ve spent some time interpreting the results, and thinking about how I can amend the soil to be its best.
I decided to get a soil test done on my garden. This week, I’m taking soil samples and sending them away to the lab.
One of our paddocks was once a very valuable ecosystem. I’ve got plans to return it to its former glory.
This year my broccoli has really pumped. Here’s what I did, and what I learned along the way.
A little history about my love-affair with growing garlic, and a peek into the future.
On the first day of Level 2, I made a trip to the one place I missed most: the garden center.
The garden has started going bonkers. I’ve currently got an avalanche of tomatoes going on – in May.
Lately I’ve been thinking about what a real house at The Outpost might look like.
Some observations and musings on a long, mostly-up hill walk.
The story of my failure to grow very many luffas.
A whole lot of updates on things I’ve blogged about before.
During the second week of lockdown, I’m feeling my anxiety creep back up. But I know being in my garden helps.
A reflection on what I’m grateful for at the start of an unprecidented 4+ week nationwide lockdown.
In the middle of a pandemic, what can you grow to keep you and your family fed and healthy this winter?