Pump Up Your Fruit Production

Today I’m sharing a September task that’ll really up your fruit production in your deciduous fruit trees – pears, apples, plums, apricots. An awesome party trick to slow growth down on over zealous plums and stubbornly upright pears. It’s time to tie down young branches, to change their direction from up to out. Especially important […]

The Ins and Outs of Choosing Bought Compost

Compost is the heart and soul of your garden. Does it matter which compost you buy? Damn straight it does! Well made compost is all our soil needs to grow abundant crops with minimal disease. But rubbish in, rubbish out – compost made with sub-standard ingredients will wreck your soil and your crops. Here are […]

Autumn crops, Citrus care + Comfort stew

Though this crazy, horrible time is unsettling, its woken the world up to what you and I have always known – a well-supplied home food garden is the very essence of health + home. No packaging, no damn sterilising. Nourishment plus and food full of love. While I’ve always treasured my garden, my appreciation for […]

OM is all you need

For the past few years I’ve been steadily knocking off the plastic in the garden shed. I’m still on the job – not quite plastic free, but getting there. The thing is to take it one product at a time. There’s a bit of effort in researching a replacement… if indeed you need one, you […]