As promised earlier last week my blog regarding the growing of fennel – and my scrumptious fennel, watercress and blood orange salad recipe.
I regularly give a workshop/presentation around South East Qld on Creating Children’s Gardens and a lot of people always ask me if I have a notes or a copy of the presentation. Continue reading Gardening with Children – Harvest Time
So last Saturday I had the pleasure of stepping into the hot seat at the ABC radio studio and have a chat about chooks and take listeners calls regarding some of the issues that they are having with their feathered friends. As expected there are always some questions that can have one a bit stumped.
Evergreen perennial leafy green super high in calcium and protein and tastes like fresh green peas and doesn’t go soggy or lose colour when cooked.
Got your attention? Continue reading How Sweet it is! Sauropus androgynus
A lot of people I have asked me over the years how to grow blueberries successfully in subtropical climates. The key to success is choosing the correct variety. Look for blueberry cultivars that are classed as Rabbiteye or Southern high bush. Continue reading Blueberry Blues No More