Hungry? Just grab it! You see how it works, just like a vending machine. Sure it’s only working a few weeks a year, but nature doesn’t work on our timetable. She does it when ever she bloody well wants! Here are some handy instructions to follow: 1. Approach tree with ripe fruit 2. Pick off …
It’s a Fruit – It’s a Vegetable. Whatever I’m surprised that Solanum betaceum (Tamarillo), does not feature more often in permaculture systems. They are a fast growing small tree with good drought resistance, thrive in a strong wind when kept in bush form to about 2 meters, and of course, they make delicious fruit – …
Some happy snaps from a recent trip to the Rippon Lea Estate in Melbourne. So what are the chances you are going to visit anytime soon? If the answer is no, then here are some of the things that I saw on a beautifully sunny Autumn day.
There are few things as satisfying as finding a bulky package in the mailbox, opening it, and finding a book in there with your name in it. This is what happened to me just a few days ago, and I wanted to share the experience with you as soon as possible.
Spare a thought for Chilli, the ISA Brown x Leghorn x Australorp chicken who became a blind sometime after her first birthday, possibly during Melbourne’s Xmas heatwave. Not sure exactly when or how it happened – I was having a great old time in Gelnelg, Adelaide with the family at the time, and during my weekly reports from Dad, got the news that Chilli ‘wasn’t quite right’….
I’m sure spidey did a great job keeping off the aphids and other little bugs from the grape vine. But for the possum/s that came and ate my almost ready to eat grapes, alas poor spidey – my poor friend spidey.
under stars orange flames lift up cold memories