Weekly tales from The Outpost.
The first half of this year’s garlic is up, and the results are… not great.
Ever wonder what I do in a week? Well, here’s one week in my life.
A round up of what I’ve been up to in the garden over the last couple of weeks.
A quick and simple dish that every garlic grower should know!
I left the farm for a whole 8 days! I had so much fun! Here are some highlights.
Weirdly, life isn’t all about gardening. Sometimes you’ve gotta find some balance.
Some edible flowers you can get easily established in your garden.
Things keep ticking along here at The Outpost, so how are all those projects going?
We are officially eating our own home-grown bananas!!
A giant pile of mulch stands between us and our dream home.
This Father’s Day, I’m looking at the values I gained as my father’s daughter.
Any day you get to plant a tree is a good day. And I’ve planted 96 trees so far this month.
One of our favourite recipes from my Gran’s cookbook.
Why and how I collected the complete set of The New Zealand Whole Earth Catalogues.
A look at how far we’ve come since we purchased The Outpost.
A collection of updates about eggs, chickens, worms, weather, and garlic.
Organic farmers know comfrey as a ‘dynamic accumulator’ – bringing deeply buried nutrients to the surface to feed my fruit trees.
It’s pruning season but my tools are rusty and I can’t afford new ones. So I tried cleaning them up with vinegar.
Pruning paste is helpful for keeping your fruit trees healthy after pruning.
Some of my favourite pieces of equipment for taking your garden to the next level.
Use your fruit harvests by making this simple comforting dessert on these dark winter nights.
It’s time to tidy the strawberries, plant garlic, and prepare for potatoes.