A few months ago I revealed my plans for a square foot garden. So, how are those plans going?
What on earth do I do all week? Well, here’s five things I did this week.
There’s some new arrivals in our flock!
The garlic should be ready for harvest… but is it?
A look at the tools and equipment inside my yellow gardening bucket.
A seasonal tour of the garden: bed-by-bed.
I built something on the farm and now I don’t have to roll in cow poop!
After a big storm recently, we’ve had to re-evaluate what we do with our shadehouse.
I got a new toy for my birthday and it’s absolutely revolutionised the pest and weed management of our native bush.
One of the worst things that could happen to a garlic grower has struck us this year: rust. So, what will I do?
This week we cut down a bunch of gorse and cleared out a nice spot for a picnic in the bush.
We’ve got two full years of weather data now. What does it say?
How do you learn to see the trees for the forest? You look closer. And then you look closer again. And again.
Low rainfall in summer each year means my garden always suffers. This year, I’m planning to share our water with one bed that really pumps… and grows everything.
Paths are a perhaps overlooked, at yet very important part of the garden. Here’s a look at my trials (and errors).
Every year about this time, our chickens stop laying eggs. Each year I swear I'll be ready for it the next, but it always, always seems to catch me by surprise. One day we'll look in the cupboard and there's no eggs. Our supply is dry. It's part of a natural cycle....