Category: Gardens

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Farmbot is coming to the Northern Territory

I am really excited about a plan that has been in the works for almost a year is coming to fruition. On Tuesday we will be holding our #Skills2021 event in the Northern Territory’s...

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Our garden is almost a year old

  It’s hard to believe that the community garden on Davis Street has been growing vegetables for almost a year. That also means that my family has spent a year down in Melbourne after...

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Birthdays, Boats and Botanic Gardens

Last Friday we celebrated my Mother in Law’s birthday. We started out by visiting a small Thai restaurant in Richmond before proceeding to the Melbourne Royal Botanical Gardens. Firstly – the restaurant… Located in a...

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Melbourne Flower Show – 2017

Last weekend we attended the spectacular Melbourne Flower Show. Flower arrangements, including creating gowns and dresses from plant material – wonderful garden arrangements – for small and large gardens. There were vendors showing off the...

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How our garden has grown

Back in Melbourne for 2 months. It is hard to think that we are three quarters of our way through the first year of living our shared dream of Joe attending Melbourne High. A...

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Harvest Time – The second harvest

Well I have been back up in Darwin for almost a month now which means I haven’t seen how our small garden plot in Kensington is going. What I have seen though is that...

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From commentator to cultivator

I look down on the garden that has popped up at the end of our very short street and now view it with a new found sense of urgency. With a plot offered and gratefully...

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Women’s Peace Park, Kensington, Melbourne

Helen and I took a morning stroll a couple of days ago and it brought back memories of the walks we used to take when Helen was pregnant with Joe. Walking down the bluestone...

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Popup Gardens and Cinemas in Kensington Melbourne

Autumn is well and truly upon us and despite defying the norm and turning up for a Collins St Naplan Online workshop in traditional Hawaiian shirt I fear it might be my last journey...

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Autumn is here with all of its beauty

On Monday we observed “Qing Ming Jie” by visiting Joe’s grandfather’s grave which is located in an idyllic location southeast of Melbourne. You could forgive yourself if you thought you were on the outskirts...

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