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  1. Summer in the Organic Edible Garden

    Summer in the Organic Edible Garden

    It’s the season when we enjoy an abundance of food from the garden. If you haven’t got them in yet, there’s still time to plant tomatoes, beans, capsicum, eggplant, chilli, cucumber, zucchini, pumpkin, sweetcorn, and watermelon. In fact many people in cooler areas will not have planted these crops yet due to it still being cold at night.

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  2. How to create a critter friendly garden

    How to create a critter friendly garden

    It seems the truly wild places on earth are shrinking, and with this, many species are diminishing too. But we can play our part in restoring their numbers by creating a habitat for these species right in our own backyards.
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  3. August in the Organic Edible Garden

    August in the Organic Edible Garden

    August is an exciting time for gardeners. The days are starting to get a bit longer and it’s time to plan the garden for the warm weather coming.

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  4. The organic home garden: Autumn

    The organic home garden: Autumn

    How to help your garden thrive in Autumn.
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  5. Growing blueberries - a beginner's guide

    Growing blueberries - a beginner's guide

    Blueberries are the queen of berry fruits as they have no thorns, they're not invasive, there's no need for support or spraying and you can grow them in any climate.
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  6. Heat-loving Crops for Summer

    Heat-loving Crops for Summer

    Now that the warm summer weather is here, it's a great time to be in the garden. All the heat-loving crops are ready to be planted.
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  7. Help the pollinators, help the world

    Help the pollinators, help the world

    If you read my blog last year on indoor plants for a serial killer you'll know that my foray into plant cultivation has been less than smooth sailing. However, I feel that as my plants approach their first birthday, I have graduated to attempting something more focused.
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  8. Planting in the Autumn Garden

    Planting in the Autumn Garden

    Autumn is a great time to be in the garden. The nights are cooling off but the days are mild and warm. Summer crops are coming to an end, so it's time to pull out the spent plants and prepare the beds for cool weather crops.
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