Spring Gardens I absolutely love everything about spring. The smells, the extending hours of daylight and the incredible unfurling of buds, leaves and vines that appear to happen overnight. There’s a light, naive, freshness to … Continue reading Spring Gardens
What exactly is a succulent? A succulent is a plant that has outstanding water storing abilities, with roots close to the soil surface to make the most out of mist, dew and light rain. Typically … Continue reading Succulent Care Indoors
From Scarlett Johansson, to Sylvia Plath to Aristotle to Sherlock Holmes, what do all of these famous people have in common? The answer is that they’re all or have been Bee Keepers. Otto Plath, Sylvia Plath’s father … Continue reading Catch More Flies With Honey
The Importance of Seeds What is the difference between heirloom, GMO’s, hybrid and open pollinated seeds and what is happening to our food supply? Modern-day farming and food production looks very different from models of … Continue reading GMO v’s HEIRLOOM seeds
There are many things I love about being out in the garden. One of my favorite things has to be when I am preparing a garden bed, and moving the soil around reveals an earthworm … Continue reading Do You Have Worms?
Athens Greece In late October 2016 I went to Athens, Greece for a Vacay. I met up with mum, who was already there on a holiday from Australia. She introduced me to some super cool … Continue reading Gardenistas of Greece
Spring AWAKENINGS In like a lion out like a lamb, that’s what they say to describe winter’s fierce entrance into March polar opposite to its meek exit out. If you have relationships in your life, where … Continue reading Lions to Lambs