Happy Moringa Monday

The Moringa trees that I cut in half a few weeks ago and planted out are just starting to show signs that they are doing alright by budding with new growth. Last night we heard that pet rabbits in Bayonet Head, close to Emu Point, have died from the new Calicivirus release. I didn't think … Continue reading Happy Moringa Monday

The Flowing of the Water

This Little Fella has seen the rise and demise of our previous garden and is now witnessing the revitalising of the soil at Tillellan and the new evolution into what is to come. Here we are happy to be tapping into greywater and allowing extra water to run between swales and soak into the ground … Continue reading The Flowing of the Water

Robinson Crusoe, Friday & Butternut Pumpkin

It was Tuesday night. In all the rush to get dinner on the table I was serving it before I realised that there was pretty much nothing that Gran was going to eat. It was CHICKEN and VEGETABLES. And our Gran doesn't do vegetables. I wasn't so sure about the Butternut pumpkin (Squash) though. "Sorry … Continue reading Robinson Crusoe, Friday & Butternut Pumpkin

Births, Deaths & Rebirths

Just a quick update. Spot managed to nurse her offspring through nearly two whole days but they either missed a feed and or got cold - or most likely both - and we eventually lost the whole litter. We are keeping a watch on her too as it is not uncommon for rabbits to carry … Continue reading Births, Deaths & Rebirths

Spring Convulsions

There is nothing quite like the impetus garnered from knowing that the warmer weather is coming, to get you cracking on jobs around the garden. And I can tell you there is no shortage of jobs - evident from the significant lack of posts this month. And last month. And the month before. The last … Continue reading Spring Convulsions