It was far too frickin freezing this morning to be outside. It was so cold that I even invited a Jehovah’s Witness in for a cup of tea. He politely declined, sensing I was a woman who simply couldn’t be saved and carried on his way. He was after all on a mission from God. […]
The cleverest idea I’ve seen for a enviro-friendly Christmas business Rent A Living Christmas Tree. (via the lovely Garden Rooms people.)
I needed a little Friday afternoon smile. Thanks Christoph Niemann for your lessons in Bio-Diversity. In completely un-plant related news, check out his book The Pet Dragon.
I’ve just found a great article from an old Soil and Health magazine about willow water, and thought I just had to share. I don’t take a lot of cuttings from plants because quite frankly they’re tricky and they just haven’t worked well for me in the past. I might just have to give this […]
You can tell that summer and the festive season are here. It’s difficult to miss with the tell-tale red lights of the pohutukawa (Metrosideros excelsa) signalling the way. The pohutukawa is also known as the New Zealand Christmas Tree because of the beautiful crimson display that flares at the end of November and right through […]