Her’e a quick, easy, DIY project using recycled materials that will benefit your garden immensely. It takes some of the smell out of pigeon poo as a fertilizer.
A double edition because I got too carried away with other stuff. Food Underfoot 2019 (Gawler’s premiere weed walk) was a huge success with 3 attendees. We were given some solar gear to improve our setup, Lots of new shelving and a book purge completed the weeks.
Insects are vitally important to a successful garden, if not a well fed world. Letting your plants flower and go to seed can attract them, feed them and allow predatory insects to do their thing and keep down pest numbers.
A big week with the Climate Strike protest march and getting ready for Food Underfoot 2019. Oh yeah…it rained. Lots
Having plants that don’t need to be replanted every year can really take the effort out of many aspects of gardening.
Last week we moved a lot of the solar around, moving panels and shifting the batteries inside the house. We made sure the subsoil in the front garden was moist in preparation for Summer. Marlon and I also changed the aquaponics around a little.
We often get asked for gardening tips, so have decided to do a weekly post describing things we do to
So much is happening, both here and outhere in the big world that we thought it worth doing a little catchup every Sunday and publish it on a Monday, Oz time. All of the posts will be listed here on this page for your elucidation and convenience. Another week with very changeable weather. I’ve started a few jobs around the house but they’re piling up because of storms. Last night though, we had a real surprise. We were watching the movie ‘Aquaman’ and it got to a bit where Aquaman, as a boy, used his powers to summon a shark. At the same moment, there was a loud sound of rushing water coming from the bathroom. Lon and I jumped up to have a look and saw water gushing out through the cupboard under the basin…a pipe had burst. Now, that’s acting talent for you! Anyways, it was an easy fix this morning and the part only cost me $6