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The Why’s Of A Sensory Garden

The Why’s Of A Sensory Garden

| July 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

 When I’m out in my garden all my senses are enjoying themselves.  I’m enjoying the sight and smell of the flowers the touch of the tree barks the sound of insects and the taste of all the edibles in my garden. And it’s all basking in the sunlight that filters through the tree tops swaying […]

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The Beauty of the Fragrant Garden

The Beauty of the Fragrant Garden

| July 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

Why a fragrant garden? Instead of just having a visually pleasing garden, fragrance can add another element to the experience of the garden. It doesn’t matter what size garden area you have there is always room for fragrant plants. Imagine sitting in the peace of your garden eyes closed breathing in all the delightful scents […]

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The Edible Flower Garden

The Edible Flower Garden

| June 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

For as long as I can remember I have been fascinated with the pretty flower. And many plants have edible flowers including many tree blossoms like apple, cherry, hawthorn, peach and plum. Also acacias, carnations, clovers, cornflowers, elder flowers, violets, sage etc. The list goes on, their are a lot of edible flowers that you […]

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Growing Rosemary Is a Fantastic Addition to Any Garden

Growing Rosemary Is a Fantastic Addition to Any Garden

| March 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

Rosemary is a fragrant evergreen perennial herb that has white and pink flowers and originated from the Mediterranean. There is a suggestion that the ancient Greeks used Rosemary to help their memory. Today it is used for culinary purposes as well as a symbol of remembrance, particularly by the ANZACS. When growing rosemary, select a […]

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