Catching up

eoged2sm.jpgI’ve had to neglect my blog somewhat in recent months as I have been kept busy preparing and promoting the new edition of my book Easy Organic Gardening and Moon Planting, which was released last Monday. I wrote the book to encourage more Australian and New Zealand gardeners to have a go at organic gardening and discover how easy it is, and how it is better for our health and the environment. For details, click on the ‘About’ button at the top of this page.
WAHMania’s competition to promote the new edition has now closed, and we will be announcing the winner here on Thursday, 12th March.
With the weather cooling slightly, I am looking forward to being able to spend more time catching up with my own gardening, and helping readers with any gardening problems.

2 thoughts on “Catching up

  1. The first edition of your book has been a loyal companion to us. It is especially helpful, because it gives advice according to our climate zones here in Oz.

  2. I have been reading your blog with interest.I have a gardening problem – how can I stop the skink lizards eating my tomatoes. They always get to them before I do!Any suggestions?

    How annoying! – especially when tomatoes aren’t particularly nutritious food for lizards, from what I’ve read, Angela. Have you been too efficient at getting rid of their main diet of slugs, snails and small insects in your garden? I think you may have to use fruit protection bags on your tomato trusses, as small to medium skinks aren’t usually deterred by netting the plants. Very fine netting reduces air flow around plant foliage and can lead to other problems. Green Harvest have a range of bags suitable for protecting different types of fruits and vegetables.

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