The bureau of meteorology’s radar view showed the large black mass of an intense storm sweeping our way. We switched off the computer and disconnected all powerpoints…While I was shutting windows, putting batteries… Continue reading
Join Kew-trained horticulturalist, conservationist and media personality Jerry Coleby-Williams on a small group tour of Timor-Leste. During this tour you will discover community agricultural flair that connects the locals to the land and engage with some of the women who are re-shaping its culture. Learn about the history of this fascinating country and explore rugged coastlines, untouched beaches and landscapes dotted with traditional mountain villages, 15-25.6.2020.
Any Australian can load their photos of native plants and animals on iNaturalist and ask for sightings to be identified by experts.
Well prepared soil is the secret to raising good crops and flowers from seed.
Organic gardening isn’t conventional gardening, so why not enjoy some unconventional pest control?
The vegetable garden is as drought-proof as it can be whilst still producing some food. In effect what follows is called water ‘demand management’ – limiting its use.
The Carpenter bees and mosquitoes are back again – a sure sign of the end of spring.