Easy Peasy Compost + Letting Carbon:Nitrogen Ratios Go

I’ve been making compost for 20 odd years now – and the longer I do it, the less I fuss with it. Compared to the labour intensive style I began with (a keen pup in my 20’s), I’m positively lazy about it now and the truth is, it’s the best compost I’ve ever made. Working […]

Water Like A Pro

Amongst summer’s goodness, there’s always a challenge, something that makes us put our thinking caps on. Last year fungus, this year lack of water. That hot hot sun + no rain has been a mean combo. Has it got you wondering how you can capture/ recycle more water? We are! Be as clever or simple […]

January in The Vegie Patch + Brassica Preparation

3 months until Autumn hits! At the risk of not being present to summer – let’s think about dinner in Autumn. Let’s get some new stuff planted to keep your vegie patch abundant … not in an excessive way – in a regular, daily way. January is an opportunity to extend our summer crops. To […]

January, February + Water On My Mind

Happy New Year gardeners! How’s your garden holding out this hot dry season? Cunning tricks and water recycling dedication abound – I love your stories! We’re all on a learning curve together and this is my focus this month … making your water stretch while giving your crops what they need. January Happenings I’m coming […]