Justin JX
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The 2IC Orchardist

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We are now on to the next chapter. Follow me on theorchardcottage.wordpress.com.

Being Human

This was quite a mild week. It passed by in such a blur. Mainly fine weather, with a bit of sunshine here and there, and cold winds. Rainfall this week, 0.5mm. We have a high of 15dC and a low of -1dC. That’s the main thing that’s been going on this weekend. The Giant Cloche […]

Spring is Near

2 more weeks of Winter and then it will be Spring. Somehow this Winter doesn’t feel that wet. That I am surprised to hear that North Canterbury is still in drought. Do people realized by now that the man made change to the natural landscape is the reason for climate change? Perhaps, too much credit […]
 

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Suburb
Ataahua
I am a...
Gardener
I can offer
to be a gardening buddy
Food Growing Skill Level
Beginner
Experience and Qualifications
Horticulturalist, Viticulturalist, Bio-Dynamics, Food Forest
I am interested in...
Community Gardens, Learning, Helping Others, Seed Savers, Food Forest
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
I used to work at Kaituna Orchards where we grow Summer Fruits. and vineyards growing excellent Pinot Noir. At the Orchard Cottage, I embark on a journey of creating a forest garden of my own definition. I follow the works of Rudolf Steiner and Kay Baxter. My garden is a continual creative experiment, and co-creation with Mother Earth.

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At 4:29pm on July 9, 2012, Kali said…

HI Justin, I have a couple of varieties of tomato seed that I successfully grow outside in Greymouth, ie same latitude. One is called yellow taxi, and the other is called kotlas, they are dwarf determinate plants and not big croppers but reliably ripen for me. if you would like to  try them I could send you some seeds, alternatively you could join the southern seed exchange which I send seed to 

http://southernseed.org.nz/

 
 
 

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