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12 edibles to plant this spring

The list below is what I’ll be planting in September and October. Try this combination and I’m sure you’ll have some fun and success.


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8 simple steps to make your garden more bee-friendly

Of course there’s the honey. But us humans often forget the most important job that our buzzing friends do is pollinating edible plants. So, here’s how you can do your bit in the backyard for the bee population and I implore you to implement a few of these suggestions come spring.

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How to grow, harvest and use your own garlic

You can buy garlic for planting online, at a nursery or from a local grower at the markets. Standard, imported garlic from your supermarket won’t grow or taste quite as good. Depending on where you live, you may still have time to get some in the ground so here are a few quick tips to get you started.

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The ultimate guide to growing citrus

There are countless books, encyclopaedias and a labyrinth of online articles dedicated to citrus and the best ways to take care of them. But don’t let that discourage you. Citrus are relatively easygoing housemates – when you know the basics, that is. I’ve done my best to synthesise the citrus syllabus and extract the juiciest pieces of advice below to give you some clarity and confidence to get growing your own.

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Lessons from mother nature: Five surprising gardening hacks

I often refer to the garden as the perfect classroom. It’s a place where curiosity is rewarded and lessons are plentiful. Whether you’re a green thumb, black thumb or somewhere in between, the lessons come hard and fast as mother nature schools you along the way. Here are five lessons I’ve learnt over the years that make life at the garden school a little bit easier. Continue reading
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