December In The Vegie Patch

A daily stroll is your secret garden weapon this December. Catching problems when they’re small makes for simple solutions = a peaceful easy life.  Pinching little laterals off your tomatoes and peppers leaves tiny wounds that heal in a flash and prevent viruses and bacteria getting in. Squashing little groups of aphids or a few […]

Boost Citrus + Prep for New Citrus Trees

A bit of love and attention directed at citrus trees right now, supports new fruits to turn into glorious adult fruits. Soil, water, feed + mulch Check in with the soil beneath. If its dry, give a lovely soak with water until it’s perfectly moist. If the soil is delicious, leave it be. If its […]

How to Sow a Greencrop

Last week Helen wrote me asking (among other things), how to sow a greencrop. How remiss of me to have never written this up – given as I adore greencrops to bits. So thanks for reminding me Helen – this one’s for you. First up we must ready our ground. The main thing is there […]

Today in my vegie garden

From October through to April I spend as much time as poss in my garden. About 3 days a week at this time of year, keeps the food garden rolling and bringing us a daily harvest. I diary the garden each week – 3 whole days! Heaven. Here’s what today looked like. Sunday 18 November […]