Trust us when we say this, a small yard is a blessing in disguise. There’s a lot that you can experiment with in case of small yards rather than the big luscious gardens. You can utilize a small space, make the most of it by undertaking planting and gardening and therefore, turn it into a creative tiny backyard with just a little effort.
I went along to the Waitemata Home and Garden show today to help out on the Auckland Bee Club stand. I was joined by Andrew and Anahera, we had a great day with some laughs along the way. Andrew really should write a book with some of his stories :). It was interesting to talk[…]Read More
Karen is a great gardener and guest writer who loves ‘real food’ so grows her own vegetables that she uses to prepare meals for herself and her family.
Hi, Here is an interesting article from Janet Luke about creating a Bee Friendly Garden. Even if you can’t keep bees you can help them out by planting some great sources of pollen and nectar for them. Thanks Gary via Creating a bee-friendly garden :: Good :: New Zealand’s guide to sustainable living.