Category Archives: Spring Harvesting

Top 5 – Most Successful Spring Crops 2013

Last week I posted on my best performing winter crops.  This week it is the turn of the Spring ones.  In writing this post I realise that I probably didn’t pay enough attention to planting rapidly growing Spring crops.  Although … Continue reading

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Monday Harvest – 2nd Dec 2013

Our weather is behaving a lot like a yoyo at the moment.  Today it got to 36.  The forecast high for Thursday is 17.  I’m struggling to acclimatise and the plants seem to be having much the same problem. The … Continue reading

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Monday Harvest – 25th November 2013

Monday seems to come around really quickly at the moment.  Another week gone as we move ever onwards towards the New Year, Summer and hopefully some exciting harvests. Whilst the markets are starting to fill up with new seasons fruit … Continue reading

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Monday Harvest – 18th November 2013

I would love to tell you how much planting I’ve done recently: lettuce, cucumbers, eggplant & capsicum but I won’t as today is supposed to be about what I’m taking out of the garden rather than what I’m putting in.   … Continue reading

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Saturday Spotlight (On Sunday) – ‘Long Pod’ Broad Beans

I have a large raised bed which is close to the rear of my North facing house.  In summer, when the sun is high in the sky, this bed is my sunniest as it gets shade from next door’s Eucalypts slightly later … Continue reading

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