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Mini Capsicum Deliciousness

Sweet_Potato is talking about growing Capsicum from Eastern Eyre Peninsula

Here are our bargain basement mini capsicums all in a row. TheBornFarmer bought half a dozen of these for 50c each, saving them from dumpster death in the nursery's back alley.

They've all miraculously managed to survive transplanting a...

Read on | comments | Posted at 23:11pm on 21st November 2015

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The Prettiest of Peas

Sweet_Potato is talking about growing Peas from Eastern Eyre Peninsula

Is it showing off to put three varieties of snap peas in TheLittleDigger's kindy lunch box?

...you bet it is!

Read on | comments | Posted at 23:11pm on 21st November 2015

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Excess For Success

Sweet_Potato is talking about growing Tomato from Eastern Eyre Peninsula

Our newest garden bed is the culmination of 2 people working solidly for 2 days, 38m of lumber, 5 trailer loads of cow manure, 4 bags of sheep poo and 3 bucketloads of dirt, 6 bales of pea straw and one of barley straw, 25 seedlings, 14m of dri...

Read on | comments | Posted at 23:11pm on 21st November 2015

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In The Pink

Sweet_Potato is talking about growing Beans, Squash from Eastern Eyre Peninsula

Now is the time of year when we will start letting the garden define our eating. Today that meant a lunch of Burgundy Blush and Sapphire potatoes fried in butter and garlic with my first handful of button squash, coloured beans, mushrooms and r...

Read on | comments | Posted at 22:11pm on 21st November 2015

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Overflow of Alliums

Sweet_Potato is talking about growing Beans, Carrot, Tomato, Beetroot from Eastern Eyre Peninsula

As we launch into the Summer watering program (TheBornFarmer intends to combat the high temperatures with an extensive dripper system) I'm having to pull up the Winter alliums so they don't rot in the ground.

The fridge, as a result, is...

Read on | comments | Posted at 22:11pm on 21st November 2015

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