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October To-Do-List

I have had a lot of questions about the things we do month by month to help not only maintain but add to our system. While the best time to have ‘planted a tree’ was 20 years ago, the next best time to start is now.Each little thing we do can and will help increase...

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April Newsletter

March has been a month for rolling with the punches. As we all struggle with personal and global issues, it is in community, family and friendship that we find our value, strength and purpose. We have come out of a month full of trauma and sorrow for many and for...

Permaculture at Home

Home Made Marmalade (Marble-Aid)

One of the treat we have had for years after a good citrus harvest is a joy of making our own Marmalade. We, however, call it Marble-aid as many years ago when my youngest was just starting to talk, he could not say Marmalade. And oddly enough we still call it that...

Weedy Wednesday

Weedy Wednesday – Kikuyu

Description:A creeping, aggressive, course, perennial lawn grass spreading by runners  and with seed heads that are hidden within the leaf structure and only showing long, white, thread like stamens at flowering in summer. Native to eastern Africa, it is a common...

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July Garden To Do List

I have had a lot of questions about the things we do month by month to help not only maintain but add to our system. While the best time to have ‘planted a tree’ was 20 years ago, the next best time to start is now.Each little thing we do can and will help increase...

Permaculture Design

Arts in a Permanent Culture

by Cassandra Pulver.  (Image courtesy of Project for public spaces) Culture is created by us and defines us. It is the embodiment of the distinctive values, traditions and beliefs that make being Australian in the 21st Century unique – democratic, diverse, adaptive...

Weedy Wednesday

Weedy Wednesday – Blackberry Nightshade

Description:Blackberry Nightshade is an erect herb or small short-lived bushy shrub to 1 m high. The leaves are 2-7.5 cm long, entire or very shallowly lobed. The flowers are white, in short-stalked clusters of 4-12 flowers. Life cycle:Annual or rarely perennial...

Weedy Wednesday

Weedy Wednesday – Hemlock

Description:A many branched, robust, biennial or annual herb, usually 1.5 metres tall with twice divided leaves, many white flowers in spring in umbrella like arrangements at the top and with an unpleasant mousy or parsnip like smell when crushed. The stems are...

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