We are looking for food plant related things to sell to raise funds at LEAF on 28 MayDo you have any seeds you could bag up and label for us to sell at LEAFDo you have any seedlings or plants you…Continue
Would you like to present to a small group of people on your topic of interest? For between 10 minutes to 45minutes (up to you)If you would like to be a presenter at our stall at the Eco Festival…Continue
If you would like to help out at our stall at the Eco Festival this year (Sunday 28 May) let us know by leaving a comment below or contact Leafstall@loganfoodgardeners.org The event runs from 10am to…Continue
Well it is great to have all this rain. It is a bit of a shame about LEAF, but happy that my garden is wet for a change. I had been really concerned that we had entered our dry season after has such a dry summer. I thought we had missed our chance for soil wetting rain. I am so happy that this rain is recharging the soil and filling my empty rainwater tanks. I am also really happy that I have increased my water storage capacity by 3000 litres recently.
My new rainwater…Continue
I would like to share with you the things I put in my bread mix to make the most awesome bread (and the reasons why). It is not sour dough and it is not spelt, but it is awesome anyway. I put all the ingredients in the breadmaker and put it on timer to be ready in the morning. When I put it on timer it makes a much better loaf of bread.
2 c white flour (not organic as the organic I have bought from Woollies does not make a good bread)
1 c wholemeal flour
Wow my garden keeps getting better and better. The soil is getting better so the plants are growing better and producing more. I also have more garden beds than I have had in the past, so I have more opportunities to grow a greater variety and quantity of vegies. This all adds up to food growing heaven.
In the weekend I did a big clean up of junk that had been lying around and sent my hubby off to the dump. It feels good to have the yard looking productive AND tidy (well…Continue
I have desperately been trying to correct a nutrient deficiency in some of my brassicas. They look a bit like the attached photo. I have just realised my error. This is an ornamental cabbage and not an eating cabbage!!! So the white and purple are to look pretty in flour arrangements and are not a nutrient deficiency!!! My friend who works at a wholesale nursery gave them to me (along with a variety of others), so he probably didn't realise they were ornamentals!!!
I am so…Continue