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Term 4 - Week 2 -Bits and pieces

The peonies have started to bloom here at central campus – how gorgeous! I can’t wait to see them all out.

This week there were a few odd jobs to be done. 520 more words

Term 3 - Week 5 - Mix

This week was something different everyday. On Monday the topic was Soil-less Media, which is basically a fancy way of saying potting mix. Ingredients can include peat, bark, compost, sand, coir fibre (coconut husk), fertilisers and wetting agents. 323 more words

Term 3 - Week 3 - Enterprise Report

This week we made a start on our Enterprise Reports. An Enterprise Report is an analysis of a horticultural enterprise including details on the property and activities. 590 more words

More Washington D.C. Monuments with the Colorado Traveling Ducks

Washington D.C. has so much to see.   We could spend months here and not see it all.   But, today we will show you a few more things we enjoyed.   484 more words

Peace Country Cherry Trees

I planted some hardy cherry trees several years ago. A trio called Romeo, Juliette and Cupid but never harvested so much as a single scarlet orb for my efforts. 162 more words


Politics in America 14: Resumé-ing All Over the Place

Big Al Fresco and Betty Sue Pudding put their heads together. Everything they could say about P F Sneeze they could say in one minute and three seconds. 520 more words

Politics In America

Cherry Salsa

The prettiest cherries I’ve ever seen was on a drizzly day in Trier, Germany. Coincidentally, the white asparagus was at its peak as well! This is a photo from 2006, while walking through a square on our way to lunch, where I failed miserably attempting to speak German and read the menu! 382 more words