QUICK FACTS: This is a perennial non-invasive euphorbia that forms clusters of no scent white flowers all seasons, there is always colour in the garden every day, every month, every season, every year all long! It’s the only euphorbia plant I know that can handle the heat temperature and drought tolerant situations. It makes a… Read More Euphorbia ‘Diamond Frost’
As I spoke from my previous post – January 31, 2018. How It all started from a single seed/pip into a an unbelievable tree that will produce fruit/food in a several years to come. As you can see my litchi tree had grown mature, greener and taller. So for this reason I then transplanted it… Read More Update: LITCHI BY A SEED/PIP
My first time growing a litchi from a pip/seed which I gnawed all the fruit off of it. i took this one quite serious, I had about five pips/seeds and divided it. I probably took this in an experimental way like everyone would generally, not kidding-lol. Believe it or not, this is seed saving and… Read More Growing tips:LITCHI BY A SEED/PIP
One evening I received a question from a lovely lady in Florida on one of my social medias regarding how did I manage to grow such giant sunflowers. As she wanted to know if i had any tips for her because as she stated: ‘The last time she grew giant sunflowers, they only reached like… Read More Growing tips: GIANT SUNFLOWERS
Not everyone has green fingers unless you try them out! You never know! Growing your own food or plants is the most rewarding thing you could possible do! With all the fails and goals achieved that come with it. This is the way to go if you love the outdoors and nature! What I have… Read More Advice for beginners/Non-gardeners
Start today by growing your very own vegetables and the the easiest to grow! Whether you are a beginner or an experienced gardener, here are a few vegetables to start with to provide your family and friends a meal with. 6 Easiest vegetables are: Radishes – Planted directly into the soil at 1 cm deep,… Read More 6 Easiest vegetables to grow!
As we all seem to know companion planting mostly for its advantages forgetting that it has disadvantages too. This method of gardening can also be called ‘inter-planting’ as well however inter-planting means planting different varieties among one another at different heights, shapes, colours and spacing or volumes. This term can apply if you are using… Read More The pros & cons of companion planting
Some background: This means the type of plants whether they are Euphorbia’s, Succulents/Echeveria’s. These type of plant species specially thrive in extreme arid temperatures with little or no water. That what makes them water wise because they store their water inside their thick fleshy/fury/thorny leaves to protect them from drying out from sun exposure,wind damage… Read More DIY mini xerophytic garden
I consider this potato harvest not to be just receiving a whole bucket load of potato’s but getting my precious little trotters covered in complete soil too! As you can imagine me in a quite temperate dry weather, forking the earth out so jolly happy I’m getting spuddies! I’m talking an entire row of potato’s… Read More What a potato harvest!
Scouting around the garden in the late evening with the misty cool breeze that hurried over from the sea, blowing between my fingers…strolled around the corner of my raised beds to find some ripe gem squashes and ready to be cut off the vine with my knife which I had grabbed from the kitchen along… Read More First gem squash harvest today