Monthly Archives: September 2010
Garden furniture is being put under cover or stored away, the lawn mower has just a few more cuts before that too goes in to hibernation for the approaching winter months. So is the garden now out of bounds until … Continue reading
Some say that they’re just naturally occurring growth variances. Some say it’s due to strange soil conditions or soil contaminates. Some say…that they are aliens, hell bent on world domination, secretly building an army in the gardens of the country. … Continue reading
When talking about home grown food, many people assume that a home vegetable patch involves turning over dozens of square meters of garden space and continual back breaking work throughout the year come rain or shine. In reality, a home … Continue reading
You often you hear the term, ‘if it’s not broken, don’t fix it’. This is probably good advice in many things but in cooking, some of the best tasting recipes have come from variation and experimentation of well established dishes. … Continue reading
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