Monthly Archives: July 2011

Growing Oca (2)

There is a lot of interest in growing oca – the post back in April https://annisveggies.wordpress.com/2011/04/09/growing-oca/ is one of the most visited ones on the blog – so I thought it was time for a quick update on how it is … Continue reading

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Mulch, mulch and more mulch

Yesterday I was pruning shrubs.  I was doing this on the day in July six years ago when I first discovered forest gardening.  That day the mountain of shrubby debris created led me to ponder what it would be like if all the vegetation … Continue reading

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After six months of happy blogging……….

After six months of happy blogging what have I learned about my garden and blogging about it? Firstly it has been immensely gratifying that people actually visit the blog and read it, and even more so when they leave a … Continue reading

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Potted polycultures (1)

Maybe my interest in polycultures is veering towards an obsession; or perhaps it veered a while ago.  My actual garden space is limited so some plants that cannot be accommodated in the main polyculture patches have found homes in potted polycultures.  … Continue reading

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