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Fruits of September

First of September – autumn is here already. The kids are back at school and the fruit is ripening. The plums are prefect now – delicious and sweet. 13 more words

Garden

New pasta dish for a new home

I’ve just moved home, ahead of starting a new job in a fortnight’s time.  A big attraction of the place I’ve moved into – at the foot of the Malvern Hills – is that this flat comes with a sizeable garden. 375 more words

Food

Tinbeerwah Acreage

Entry

The slope to the left of the gate entry has been stabilised with grasses and colour added by two Corymbia ‘Summer Beauty’s’. Turning left after the gate leads to the visitor parking area which affords a view over the lower gardens and is shaded by the Poinciana. 882 more words

Peach Tree Grafting!

Peach tree grafting in Paraguay happens in July and August, while it is winter here.  It is best to watch the older peach trees and graft before they start their new growth.   619 more words

Peace Corps Paraguay!

Blooming catkins

Spring is not here yet officially someone please tell the fruit and nut trees in the garden the Apricots, peachycotts, Hazelnuts plums and peaches have blossom, and with clear skies frost could be a problem tonight. 222 more words

NZ

the education of R.

The fruit trees signal that it’s picking time. R and I ride the ATV around to the different trees and start pulling off the apples and pears. 620 more words

Photography