Monthly Archives: October 2010
It pays to check your garden gloves if you should happen to have left them lying around for some time. This is a good find (at the bottom of a pot that had others inside it). I do happen to … Continue reading
Just 8 months ago we moved home into a much smaller block with a predominantly native garden. A wide strip of grass and lots of natural, native sand. I’ve finally got around to getting some before and after photos uploaded. … Continue reading
I have struggled with getting my thoughts and records onto this blog, but I think I’ve overcome the cause and I’m grateful because it is also a great way to record some of the weather changes in the area from … Continue reading
The aerobin is appearing to work well. I have continued to pile in layers and layers of organic matter and still it sinks further and has a good temperature. The main challenge is having it take in the guinea pig … Continue reading
• The temporary grey-water set up has done us well through autumn and winter, however it still requires more time and effort and we are not always available to monitor it. Another barrel has been installed but I am not … Continue reading
Sometimes something comes along that helps you realise there are other ways and they can be so simple. This video really shows an integrated set-up that supports itself. I’m in awe.