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Used Tissues a Useful Resource?

Did you know you can compost tissues? In fact tissues are considered ‘high carbon’ material for your compost.

Community Gardens Valuable to Property Developers?

Getting Much Needed and Often Forgotten Vitamin G

Growing your own vegetables and gain some vitamin G. https://greenerme.wordpress.com/2015/02/20/getting-much-needed-and-often-forgotten-vitamin-g/

Supporting Local Farmers and Community Spirit

Yesterday’s visit to the produce market inspired me. It gave me a potential idea for the future of our town, community hall and garden.

My Seed Saving Presentation – the easy peasy basics

The Three Important Rules of Seed Saving - the easy peasy basics...

What Are You Harvesting Now?

What can be harvested in an Australian winter (temperate zone)

How to Make Your Own Organic Weed Killer Spray

Dead weeds - 24 hours after organic weed spray was used. Learn to make your own easy weed killer spray which is kind to our environment.

A bit like the three bears ;) Most Australian homes now collect rainwater for use on the garden. Do you? BTW - every m2 of roof area collects 1 litre of water per mm of rain. For example, a typical Australian home will collect around 3,000 litres from 13mm of rain. That sure beats paying for water! That's enough now - my brain is hurting. Is yours? http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/landscaping-and-gardens/gardening-ideas/

Tips for growing Hydrangea

Tips for growing Hydrangea Hydrangea are one of my favorite shrubs. I ran across a great article on taking care of them at the Farmers Almanac. Here’s a link to their site if you want to see …