Tag Archives: Calendula

Blooming flowers good enough to eat

On the Goodlifepermaculture website comes a delightful video which shows a selection of flowers growing in our southern Tasmanian spring gardens right now, that can be eaten. This inspired me to wander in my garden and, with two exceptions (the … Continue reading

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Floral treasures

The lusciousness of healthy colourful flowers never fails to make my heart flutter happily. When C sent me an email adorned with photos from her garden I was delighted.  I can identify most of the flowers, some are familiar but … Continue reading

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Masses of confusion

I like the idea of self-seeding plants and mixtures of plants in one area. Just as my cosmos and marigold plants hide tomatoes, I want to see more of this idea across my garden. I want to create an environment … Continue reading

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RTBG Thursday 28 November 2019 – post 2 of 2

After lunch next to the Food Garden of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens (RTBG), I was surprised to see the developments in the area where previously concrete had been removed and a gabion wall had been built.  Now soil covered … Continue reading

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