As promised earlier last week my blog regarding the growing of fennel – and my scrumptious fennel, watercress and blood orange salad recipe.
Finally here in South East Qld we have started to receive a bit of cooler weather, which means if you’ve been holding off planting your winter vegetables you have a limited amount of time to get them planted before it’s too late and that includes garlic. Continue reading Last Call to Get your Garlic In.
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
The Camellia is by no means the first shrub that comes to mind when thinking about trees and shrubs that grow well in the subtropical regions of the world but none the less these breathtaking flowering plants do have a place in gardens in this climate zone and given the right soil preparation, location and care can be grown successfully, rewarding their owners with some of the most stunning flowers that the floral world has to offer. Continue reading The Queen of the Winter Flowers – Camellias