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Green, cool, productive and droughtproofed – the lower-water vegie garden

As I wrote yesterday, I was pleasantly surprised to find that even though the watering system broke while we were on holiday, most of the plants survived a summer week or two without water. I’m putting this down to the … Continue reading

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How to: Raingardens, and vegetables under the downpipe

A raingarden is a (usually small) planter or mini-garden watered only by rain when it falls. They’re a lovely way of creating a garden feature, should you have the right kind of climate for them. The right kind of climate … Continue reading

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