Tag Archives: sustainability

A Sea Of Green

It has been a month since my last post.  This is going to be an iPhone picture post to show you how my veggies have been progressing.  We cannot keep up with the lettuce supply but nothing else is in … Continue reading

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The Experimental Summer

It’s been 199 days or 6 months 16 days since my last blog post. I admit I got a bit bored with it. After all, I had proved that I can blog and I can have followers. There must be … Continue reading

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Summer Harvest – The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

My aim for this summer was to see if we could live off what I grew in the garden only buying what we didn’t grow. Some good, some bad and some decidedly ugly. The Good Tomatoes I cannot remember the … Continue reading

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Growing Veggies, My Favourite Resources

There really is such a thing as “too much info.” You can spend hours surfing the net looking for one piece of information. It’s quite astounding how so many people can write about the same thing. And there is a … Continue reading

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Growing Veggies, Lessons Learnt

Two years ago, we bought our first three vegetable crates. A year later, we had a further two inbuilt patches in our front yard. In addition, we have various fruit and olive trees. We actually have a reasonably big garden … Continue reading

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