I know its off topic but I'm guessing people around here will have some clues about alternative and traditional medicine etc and I did my back the other day (reaching down to get a bottle of wine; didn't even get to grab it let alone drink it) and I've used osteos for years but not in Auckland.
Anyone have one they can recommend? The regsiter produces this list. Anyone know or able to comment on…Continue
Hi all. hope you all had a very happy christmas day.
I have a baby silver laced wyandotte chick and was wondering if anybody can give a clue as to it's sex from the photo? I'm thinking maybe a hen as roosters seem to have more white on the wings.
Anybody got ideas?
[Updated below] When I picked up a copy of Edible Estates (not a recommendation BTW) a while back, I came across the "three sisters" concept and decided to try it. We had our front lawn terraced over winter and I confidently expect never to mow it again, given its being buried under compost,…Continue
Photograph Karen Knighton
What a delightful piece of street design! A beautiful marriage of function and form don't you…Continue
Happy Birthday Ooooby!
Who could have imagined that in just two years Ooooby would…Continue
I read in last Friday's NZ Gardener newsletter that plastic shapes of white butterflies stuck on kebab sticks keep them away. Apparently they are territorial and don't encroach on butterflies already there. I'm passing this on so others can have a go, too. I doubled some of the sticks so they are higher above the kale etc. Let's know if they made a difference.
|The formal herb garden in the Hobart Botanic Gardens is delightful this time of year. We had our Home Gardeners Group picnic there last week.…|
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For a couple of years now I have been propagating tomatoes from laterals, providing both easier seedlings and ensuring succession production without having to wait to find out if the seeds will germinate. You know in 48 hours whether the lateral has survived and they produce as well as any from…Continue
been a long time since I posted anything!
Garden going well, filled filled areas with extra compost as we pulled the winter items out and started planting summer stuff. At present the courgettes are growing in front of my eyes, and peas/beans/tomatoes are stating to fruit. We have had loads of radishes and rocket, yum!…Continue
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7/12/10 This week I am waiting, with great anticipation, for the first tomato to ripen.
This is an 'Early Girl' variety tomato plant that I bought to plant…Continue
Here are a few notes I took during Saturday night’s talk by Joel Salatin from Polyface Farms in the US.
Well the last few weeks in the garden have been rather scorcha....have not been out in the garden during the day. Rather waiting till the cool evening.
Am very exicted about this years summer garden. lotsa new experiements with growing and the garden is singing with lotsa good insect life.
Main crops going for it at the moment are the phacellia, calendulas, garlic and going to seed silverbeet. THe phacellia is absolutly pumping with bees and hoverflys. A crop i reccomend to…Continue
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