Monthly Archives: March 2012
CSG issues took up a lot of time this eighth, so we slacked off on the harvesting, as well as the sowing and recording. But here goes a quick summary, with the limited notes I’ve got…
I just need to say how good I feel today. Even CSG can’t shake it – I have this solid sense of joy and abundance and love for everything. Flaky? Absolutely. Do I care? Absolutely not. Continue reading
No CSG today, just self-sufficiency stuff. We’re planning to plant Lomandra longifolia (spiny-headed mat rush) on contour at various spots around the place, to stabilise slopes and create barriers to pademelons. A tray of Lomandra seedlings from the nursery is $50, and not very self-sufficient, so we’re propagating them ourselves. Continue reading
Our first nut harvest!