Monthly Archives: June 2014

Planning & plantings.

With the school term break upon me, once I recuperate from the incredibly heavy-duty term and the massive task its been getting through the EOFY (End of Financial Year) this year,  I will have time to get a few jobs … Continue reading

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Oakley Doakley! What to do with this?

We have a magnificent pin oak in our front yard that has a heritage overlay on it. This means we can’t chop it down (as if) and the only things we can do are keep it safe for us and … Continue reading

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Lamb, oranges and leaf mold.

Citrus is in! I pulled up the blinds in the lounge this morning (yesterday really) and noticed how many oranges were now singing out to me to be picked. Excuse the photo, it is taken through the 90-year-old glass! With … Continue reading

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Visit Daylesford-Happy Birthday Liz!

I never quite understand why we have to celebrate the Queens birthday. I know technically we are under the rule of the British Monarch (and I do have issues about that), but her birthday isn’t even close to when we are … Continue reading

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