Mark Dymiotis enjoys sharing tips, recipes and articles about his garden and how the traditional everyday dietary practices of Greece and the Mediterranean are essential for health, environment and social benefits.
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Archive for the 'Garden Diary 2010/11' Category
While most men get on their knees only once in their lifetime, gardeners like myself do it all the time to get rid of the weeds! Continue reading
Melbourne’s substantial rainfall in September, together with the manure which has been applied in August, resulted in lash growth of stinging nettles. Continue reading
Compost, with blood and bone to compensate for the woody materials in the compost, was dug in the soil in other parts of the garden to spade depth using a garden fork. Continue reading
Spade depth trenches have been dug, sheep manure and blood and bone have been dug in followed by thorough watering and covered by the soil that was dug out. Continue reading