But today I’m going to talk about something a little counter-intuitive.
Keeping cool is important, of course.
All that lovely fresh produce! Tomatoes, basil, zucchini, capsicums, eggplant, corn, beans, lettuce, rocket…
Did you plant some seeds or seedlings and are now just waiting for your first pickings? (If not, you can still pop some Continue reading
We’ve just past the winter solstice and today I’ve been to a funeral.
Appropriately, the weather has been cold, gloomy and raining. Continue reading
What about the cost – to your hip pocket and to the environment?
And what if you don’t have AC? Continue reading
Summer is the most productive time in the garden. It’s when most of our fruit, vegetables and flowers grow.
Unfortunately, it can also be very challenging…especially if you live in a place with hot, dry, windy summers like I do. (I live in Canberra, capital of Australia). Continue reading