This is pure gold! It’s concentrated worm juice from the worm farm. Diluted 1:10 with water and fed to all the veggies. They loved it. Want to learn about worm farms, fertilisers and composting? Check out the gardening courses on our website.
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Banana Passionfruit flowers and fruit. A vigorous hardy vine that produces banana shaped fruits. In Hawaii this plant is called Banana Poka.
Can’t beat home grown!
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Snow peas are delicious especially when young and crisp. Today’s taste test results = yummo.
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#organicgardeningtips 🍅🥒🥦🍆#gardeningtips Home gardening is easy and cheap. Tak perlu pikir beli fancy planters box atau seedling nursery bed special or even buy the seeds. All u need is to keep 1 biji vege yg u Nak tanam, simpan sampai kering Kalau Nak asing biji.
Or Boleh simpan the whole thing, dump in Dalam tanah. Nanti dapat Baby pokok Dalam 3 inci, move it with the original soil ke Dalam disposable plastic cup yg telah dibuat hole kecik Kat bawah. This small cup can house that baby 3inch to almost one feet tall without problem.
Bila rajin 😜 or nampak akar dia mula banyak Kat cup tu, ubah pergi polibag besar.
Urban Food Gardening Course. Teaching people how to successfully set up, grow and harvest their own healthy vegetables, herbs and fruits.
Courses are designed for beginner food gardeners or those who want to improve existing gardens.
We believe you can’t beat home grown! 🍐🍋🥦🍠🍏🌽🌶🍆🍑🍒🥔🍉
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MINT...a great herb for the garden. Ours is looking lovely and refreshed after a good drop of rain yesterday. Mint is rich in nutrients and is said to help with digestion. It’s a versatile herb that can be used in a number of culinary dishes including soups, salads, sauces and vegetable dishes.
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Saltbush, an Australian native plant. The leaves add a great salty and herby flavour to many dishes and can be used in salads. Does anyone else use this plant in their cooking? We love ours, it is so hardy and always thriving in the backyard.
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UnBEElievable! Bees love the Borage plant! It was amazing to see how many bees 🐝 were swarming on this bush. Haven’t seen this many bees for quite a while. This plant is a great option if you are looking to attract bees to your garden to help pollinate your plants.
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Collecting seaweed today to make our own seaweed fertiliser for the vegetable garden. Pic taken at one of the most pristine beaches in the world (well we think it is) located in Southern Tasmania. Check out the magnificent view!
Will post a pic of the end product once processed.
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Fresh, free range eggs from some very well looked after chickens. It is normal for eggs 🥚 to differ in size and colour, how unique are these beauties!
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Do you know what to do with your fall leaves? Leave the leaves on the ground — they have a lot of benefit to wildlife and your garden. Below are some tips on how to minimize the time you spend raking and maximize the benefit to wildlife and the greater environment that fallen leaves offer.
🍂 A leaf layer several inches deep is a natural thing in any area where trees naturally grow. The leaf layer is its own mini ecosystem! Many wildlife species live in or rely on the leaf layer.
🍂 Many butterfly and moth species overwinter as pupae in leaf litter. If you rake up and throw away all of your leaves this fall, you’ll be getting rid of these beneficial and often beautiful insects too.
🍂 From a gardening perspective, fallen leaves offer a double benefit. Leaves form a natural mulch that helps suppress weeds and at the same time fertilize the soil as they break down.
🍂 If you must rake up your leaves, don’t throw them in the trash. Compost them or drop them off at a municipal recycling center so they can be turned into compost that you and other members of your community can use in the spring.
🍂 Avoid leaf blowers. They are loud and create noise pollution and rely on fossil fuels which pollute our air and contribute to global climate change. Use a rake instead.
🍂 If you just want a tidy look in your yard, or need to maintain one to comply with Home Owners Association rules, you can rake leaves off the lawn but still use them as mulch in your planting beds.
🍂🍁 Remember, the less time you have to spend doing the back-breaking work of raking up your leaves, the more time you have to enjoy the gorgeous fall weather outside and the wildlife visiting your garden!
Most importantly: Do not burn the leaves. Burning leaves pollutes the air, causes problems for people with respiratory illnesses and creates a fire hazard.
Time for some organic carrot juice! Carrot juice helps to increase metabolism, improve vision, boost immune systems, reduce cancer risk and lower cholesterol. What’s not to love about these orange dynamos 🥕🥕🥕🥕🥕
We've enjoyed having fresh tomatoes on hand and have recently developed a new appreciation for being able to grow our own. So, when my son began studying plants as a part of his science curriculum, we decided to take the classroom outside and try our own experiment to see just how easy it would be to grow new plants from the tomatoes we already have. It's a great activity to do with the Littles and so very simple. Read and watch all about it in my new post. Click the links in profile to head over to my blog.
Just an FYI about this nasty cute garden pest, and #organicgardeningtips are welcome:
After snapping a photo then ID’ing it, I went outside to stomp it, and a spider already had it in its web! :) A breeze came, freeing the #westernspottedcucumberbeetle :(, but I’m hoping the spider injected enough venom to kill it :)! It’s on a mum in this pic, but now I know why my nearby basil (organic from seed) has holes and discoloration— leaf AND root damage. A major pest here— not just cucumbers, but corn, string & pole beans, melons, herbs, foliage, etc. •
Organic gardening means killing. I used to stomp over 100 (yes, I counted sometimes) tomato hornworms almost every morning in FL, and they still won over my tomatoes. •
MS has robbed me of a lot; but I’m able to garden again! Little by little. Goodbye, #gardenpests ! Unless you’re deer. Then we’ll talk. 🌿🦌🌱 #organicgardenlife#spottedcucumberbeetle#ip_insects#oregoncoast#mumsnottheword 🙄
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