The rhubarb has been great already – yummy stems aplenty, but as the weather warms, up come flowering stems that seem to take over. What now?Read More
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… It’s been not so much a Hot Minute as a Long Year, and the door will be open again at the end of the week. Book it in, make a plan, and come for a visit. Bring a friend! Tell a mate.
The regular lines are still on the shelves, plus a few new ones that we’ll be introducing.
Open Fridays 10-4, on rainy days (call to check), and by appointment – keep checking social media for updates.Read More
Marigolds – so sunny and bright and a must-have in your Level Zero garden. The seeds are like funny little sticks. In fact they hardly look like seeds at all, but they grow strong and fragrant, attracting helpful critters and making the mischievious ones less than comfortable.Read More
It has taken us a while to settle on a harvest routine for alliums, but we got there. I need them LOFO (low-FODMAP), Hubby has a mix, and the kids love them any-which-way. How do we get the most out of alliums with such a high maintenance family? There is a way.Read More
There are a few precepts that I carry with me, that help me slow down and live more simply. One of the best gems came from my Gran, from chatting in the kitchen and out in the garden – cooking and laughing together… here is my Gran’s golden advice, on the topic of Timing.Read More