Sprinter metamorphosis

Sprinter metamorphosis

By taking regular photos of my garden for this blog I am learning faster than ever about what happens here. I have become more observant and hence can now see changes that I have never documented or noted before. For…

You don't need expensive green

You don’t need expensive green

Green walls/living walls, have quite a high profile in the Urban Infrastructure scene, and a good thing that is, for they are very beautiful. When people talk about green walls in cities, they are usually referring to high rise or…

Temporary Internal Garden

Temporary Internal Garden

The straw walls are damp still, but slowly drying. In their damp state thy make great habitat for fungi and so at present we have beautiful mushrooms growing and a mini internal garden to admire. With the warmer weather all…

Sprinter Observations in Reservoir

Sprinter Observations in Reservoir

In early spring, the garden swells. The humming of bees a background murmur as I pass the almond tree. I am learning to see, thanks to my camera and this blog. I am more careful to note, to photograph and…

Sandra Long

Sandra Long

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Sprinter - Early Spring

Sprinter – Early Spring

Professor Tim Entwisle, scientist with the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, suggests that we add an extra two seasons to our calender- Sprinter (August – September) and Sprummer (October – November), then followed by Summer (December, January, February, March), Autumn (April…

Bread in me

Bread in me

Like a pet it is, the bread I make. A constant fixture that I bake. I never tire of making it, watching the rising and kneading the mix. At night I start, by day break its full, bloated and ready…

Dear Cedar

Dear Cedar

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Egg on track

Egg on track

As I was cleaning out the chickens nesting boxes I noticed my Light Sussex, position herself on the garden shed shelf. Over the past weeks I have found eggs there. I have also found eggs broken on the ground, as…