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A number of years ago I found a small herb for sale that was labelled as: native river mint - Mentha australis. There are about 25 species ..read more
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A few years ago a Golden orb weaver (Nephila edulis) spider made her web on our deck.  She grew huge.  Her web was largely out of the way ..read more
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Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is a great plant that is highly nutritious, undervalued, and underutilised. Like many people I grew parsley ..read more
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Have you ever looked closely at the skin of a red apple?  Have you ever noticed how it is red where the sun hit and green where it was ..read more
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Azolla is a free floating fern that has a symbiotic relationship with a filamentous cyanobacteria called Anabaena.  This symbiotic ..read more
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The other day someone linked to my post on strawberry x raspberry hybrids on Reddit and my blog post got a lot of views.  While this was ..read more
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Years ago we bought a smal plant called Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegans).  It was amazing, my kids loved it, I loved it, and it grew well ..read more
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I have a (possibly bad) habit of growing new and interesting vegetables. Some things grow exceptionally well for me, other things I can’t ..read more
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One of my favourite tomatoes is Japanese Black Trifele (spelled a few different ways).  They taste amazing, they usually crop heavily for ..read more
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A few years ago I bought a small edible herb that was called "wasabi salad herb" (Diplotaxis erucoides). Apparently there are a few other ..read more

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