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Other options for using non-astringent persimmons – part 5 of 5

When M gifted me the large bag of persimmons my mind drew a blank as to how I might use them other than munching as for an apple. On reflection I realised other options existed. My excitement grew as I … Continue reading

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Autumn chez moi

Almost a fortnight ago, my sister suggested we head for New Norfolk to look at the endless array of deciduous trees with their changing colours. I was grateful for the offer but declined.  At that time my back garden was … Continue reading

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Saving seeds from my Ukrainian tomato plant

Last October, the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens  (RTBG) held public sales of tomato plants. One that I acquired was labelled  Hurma Ukrainian.  It grows high and wide (is an indeterminate tomato) and develops large yellow tomatoes. The eating texture is … Continue reading

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RTBG first week of October 2019

As I remarked in yesterday’s blog post, I did not volunteer at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens (RTBG) last week. Alas. However, I thought that blog followers might want to see something –so here are a selection of photos taken … Continue reading

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