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  • Country Style

    Country Style

    Change of place, change of pace, I paid a visit to rural New South Wales for a very short break, and took a little pocket camera with me as I suspected the... Read more

    The 13 November 2010 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Sweet Scents

    Sweet Scents

    It will be a major innovation when they finally figure out how to do it, but wouldn't it be nice if someone invented a 'scratch and sniff' widget which you coul... Read more

    The 21 November 2010 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Crunchy Munchies

    Crunchy Munchies

    My girl Pam likes her healthy snacks: carrot sticks, celery sticks and cucumber sticks. (I think all this health food puts the cosmic balance of our house out o... Read more

    The 16 November 2010 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Busy at the Community Garden

    Busy Community Garden

    Scarecrow's Garden Log: 20:11:2010:A yellow Water Iris is flowering in one of the front ponds.Temperatures this week:Lowest Min 5CLowest Max 21.3CHighest Max... Read more

    The 23 November 2010 by   Scarecrow
  • Credit Where It's Due

    Credit Where It's

    As regular blog readers here might know, to earn a living I work on a gardening magazine. I mostly edit the text written by everyone else, including our real... Read more

    The 29 November 2010 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Razzle & Tatty Dazzle

    Razzle Tatty Dazzle

    One of my most fabulously lurid flowers is at it again. Blooming, I mean. It's my 'Bengal Tiger' canna lily. In polite gardening circles the colour orange is... Read more

    The 21 November 2010 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Changeable Weather

    Changeable Weather

    Scarecrow's Garden Log: 27:11:2010:Peanut Cactus Echinopsis chamaecereuds is in Flower.Temperatures this week:Lowest Min 10.2CLowest Max 19.9CHighest Max... Read more

    The 28 November 2010 by   Scarecrow
  • Humorous Weather

    Humorous Weather

    Our resident rain god, Huey, has a great sense of humour. December 1, the first day of summer. Hee hee hee. Cold and rainy, the classic Aussie summer, eh Huey?... Read more

    The 30 November 2010 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Innocent Bystander

    Innocent Bystander

    "I wasn't doing nuthin' officer. I was just growing here, minding my own business, when these pelargoniums muscled their way in. If there's anyone trying to tak... Read more

    The 24 November 2010 by   Gardenamateur
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