Category Archives: Vegie Patch
Great video by Brett, down at Limestone Permaculture. This is permaculture :) One-Acre Permaculture Garden Feeds 50 Families
Ok so we may have gone to Turners again yesterday … The latest haul: 2x longans 2x ‘Wai Chi’ dwarf lychees 2x ‘Santa Rosa’ (red flesh) plums 1x yellow flesh plum 2x jabotacabas 3x ‘Berrylicious’ blueberries 3x ‘Port Wine’ dwarf … Continue reading
Live in a city but want a country lifestyle and connection to your food? No worries! :) Suburban farming: The Australians with country lifestyles, but city lives
This is one of the best summaries I’ve seen in a while (courtesy of Savour Soils Permaculture): PLANT NUTRIENTS DEFICIENCIES IDENTIFICATION Plants need the right combination of nutrients to live, grow and reproduce. When plants suffer from malnutrition, they show … Continue reading
I love dill, and use it a lot making pickles, but can’t grow it to save myself :( anyone know the secret?
“You may have noticed that some cafes now offer free spent coffee grounds for customers to take home and use in the garden. In theory, this is a great initiative but the reality is that fresh coffee grounds are high … Continue reading
The bio-intensive vegie patch at Melliodora … Wow!
Interesting article from Jerry … Coffee Grounds As A Herbicide
Pest Patrol is up and has gone french this morning: no frog’s legs, but four grasshoppers are a close substitute, and go well with 7 snails, apparently :P
Following on from Saturday’s purchases, we collected 6 rosella seedlings that my parents had collected from a lady at the Thursday Redcliffe markets, and postponed the planting for the predicted cooler weather today. Then, on our trip up to the … Continue reading