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Planning to grow vegetables

During the pandemic period I have joined numerous webinars on food, health, gardens, political science, financial affairs and much more – all from the ease of my own Tasmanian home.  How marvellous it has been to link with many such … Continue reading

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July Vegetables- part 2 of 2

Fellow gardener N has made sure that he has a source of food growing in his garden, and is happy to show you the situation in late July. First up is a photo of a very healthy-leafed dwarf broad bean … Continue reading

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July Vegetables-part 1 of 2

Vegetables are flourishing in the Warrane Community Garden, bolstered by excellent soil preparation and conditioning months ago. Brassicas and various beets are currently some of the most successful plants. Other plants which I cannot identify look lush. And some are … Continue reading

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Dinner ingredients

A couple of friends let me know they were excited; “Dinner ingredients – all grown by us. We are SO fortunate.”  I could foresee the wonders of health in a pot and health on a plate. A wedge was cut … Continue reading

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Excess produce will have new homes

Previously I have talked about R and A’s use of a market stall at Margate to sell excess fruit and vegetables from growers down the Channel south of Hobart, and then to disperse the monetary takings to a local group … Continue reading

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