( education / news / rss ) Urban Forest, a 30-story high-rise in South Brisbane, will be covered in a vertical 'garden' of over 20,000 trees and plants, more than five times what's found in nearby Musgrave ... read more
( education / news / rss ) Merely growing a vegetable garden on your own property, or in a greenhouse on your property, or shopping at a gardening storefor gardening suppliesincredibly enoughcould set you up for a drug raid sanctioned by the courts.
Tomato Gardeners: The ... read more
( education / news / rss ) August 5th, 2020 By Mia Barnes Do you want to improve your mental health? Why not get outside and dig in the earth? Gardening has significant benefits that extend beyond temporarily taking your mind off your tro ... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) We've found 35 fruits and vegetables that you can grow in containers. These range from bananas and citrus fruits to tomatoes, cucumbers, and just about anything else that you would normally plant in a larger garden.
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( life / health / food / garden ) Just finished putting up chicken wire around my strawberries. Elizabeth picked one last night, turned it around to look at it, and discovered that it had been bitten into. We can only assume it was rabbits.How many were ruined? I asked.Four, she said.In my garden, that's a LOT. :) Anyway, hopefully the wire (not to mention the old ... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) No, not just me and my pathetic crop management. While that's definitely been a struggle, there have apparently been physical altercations going on in the garden, specifically on top of the onions. The tops of those plants -- once so proud and erect -- are all now bent over. I hope they're not broken, not that I guess it will af ... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) I finished up my little rain barrel project yesterday. My three rain barrels used to be underneath the downspout coming off the roof. And that's great for catching the most rain, but the problem was that it is downhill from and not close enough to the garden where it's needed. I've looked into pumps, but they're expensive, which mig... read more
( culture / writing / blog / garden ) Well, I tried to mow the lawn, but the lawnmower wouldn't start. I swear. :) It's probably all clogged up from sitting there unused all winter. It was a hand-me-down mower, anyway, probably in need of replacing, but that's just not in the budget right now.
Actually, the yard looks better au natural at the moment b... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) We had a freeze TUESDAY night, so I lost my tomato plants and probably my cucumbers. :(
I replaced those original tomato plants, adding cherry tomatoes, and might have lost those too because even though I hadn't planted them yet I screwed up and left them outside one night when it got below freezing. So, those along with a NEW batch of to ... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) Hopefully, this third time is the charm!It has begun.See pictures, below.Click to zoom in (twice to zoom in 100%):
The white fence in bed #1 is for the peas to cling to once they start growing.The real fence in the background of the first picture is what I eventually finished last year bu... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) Just FYI if you were wondering, 'cuz I was.
Broccoli.If you live in a warmer climate and can find a quick growing Broccoli variety, you can harvest well into November.Source: What to Plant Now... read more