Tag Archives: fertilisers

Fixing nitrogen

I get very irritated at gardening books and experts which tell Aussie gardeners that peas and beans will fix nitrogen in their garden soil. The theory being that the nodules on legume roots hold nitrogen, and when the roots die … Continue reading

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Seaweed in the garden

Over the past week, I’ve been giving both my vege patch and the some of my decorative garden a drink of seaweed tea. Seaweed extract is an excellent supplementary fertiliser. Although it doesn’t contain large amounts of most of the … Continue reading

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A bit about me

Since completing a Landscape Gardening course thirty years ago, I have been actively involved in horticulture, garden design, writing articles for gardening magazines, and advising gardeners, including work at major retail nurseries. My husband and I are certified-organic gardeners and … Continue reading

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About the book

Easy Organic Gardening and Moon Planting is an essential reference for all gardeners who care about their family‚Äôs health and the environment. Written for Australian gardeners to assist them in addressing the challenges of climate change and improve the health … Continue reading

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