I'm in a great position, recently retired. I am determined that my wife and I stay as healthy and happy for as long as we possibly can. To be self sufficient, be in tune with our surroundings, help our community, to give back. To keep learning new things and not just live but to thrive in this life, together.
- Mid North Coast Australia
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@Denise Grant i have a perennial sorrel growing, lovely lemony tang in tossed salads. I tried the red veined, it looked so good but so bitter, i dug it up! A friend gave me some pepino cuttings, 2 ha… (View Post)1 ·
@Denise Grant where I live in Australia, summer is traditionally the wettest month and it’s certainly not letting us down. 232mm rain so far for Feb and 264mm for Jan. almost 20” for 2021. Today is n… (View Post)4 ·
I know the Kurrajong (Brachychiton populneus) as a tree that will grow almost anywhere, great for shade and great to cut down the foliage/limbs for cattle feed in a drought. They have become popular … (View Post)3 ·
@Michelle D I fell into organic gardening by giving myself an attitude adjustment re agricultural farming. I finished Ag College in 1980, back then it was all about using synthetic fertilisers, chemi… (View Post)2 ·
@Sharie we couldn’t be happier with ours. We’ve hardly used the loppers since we bought the lithium baby saw and the battery lasts longer than than you’d think. The battery is interchangeable with th… (View Post)2 ·