Monthly Archives: July 2021

Traversing Tasmania

For Tasmanian bushwalkers, and any mainlanders willing to risk being shut out of their state through new lockdowns, there are many tracks to follow, and maps to guide your way in the unsettled parts of this state. I have noticed … Continue reading

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Crab apple tree

Many parts of Tasmania have a perfect climate for growing crab apple trees. Depending on the choice of crab apple type, the climate and the soil, variously these trees will be superb for their flowers, for their autumn leaves and/or … Continue reading

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RTBG Thursday 1st July 2021

I was delighted that the blue clear skies, which were once typical of every Thursday when volunteering in the Food Garden of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens(RTBG), returned for us last Thursday.¬† A sparkling sensational day to look at and … Continue reading

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Try not to kill yourself

This tale relates my failure to listen and remember, and my practice of habitually cooking vegetables often in the same way to my detriment. One vegetable from our wonderful selection of Australian native foods is Warrigal Greens. That site notes … Continue reading

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