Well I caught spring fever today and found some Heirloom varieties at a garden centre. I show you all the different varieties and why I plant each type. It is so exciting to see so many different varieties available in instant coffee size! ... See MoreSee Less
Join me as I take the scraps from the kitchen out to the garden. I explain why I bury the scraps straight into the soil and what happens when you do this. I originally bought a double barrel tumbling composter but I filled it in 3 weeks. It seems to take 3-4 months to decompose leaving me with lots of scraps. Then I remembered an old fashioned way of composting was to bury the scraps. Wow, what a difference. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Apple and Boysenberry Pies in a Pie Maker. Join me as I visit my friend Glenys as we check out her Pink Lady Apple tree and then bake some lovely pies in a pie maker. Glenys has a wealth of knowledge in the garden and kitchen and it was so much fun filming there for the day. I did not need dinner that night! ... See MoreSee Less
We’ve both been busy this week. I painted this cheeky Pink Galah. He’s for sale at $290. 60cm x 90cm Acrylic on Canvas and Matt’s Stringybark Platter is $50 and measures 50cm x 20cm.
He’s so clever with wood and he has a few more projects on the go that I’m looking forward to seeing. My favorite part is watching them get oiled once they’re done. That’s when you see the character of the wood grain reveal itself! ... See MoreSee Less
On a recent trip to Caroline Hill's Winery and magnificent garden, we wander through the healthy plants and discuss tips and tricks to get them to grow. There's a bit of humour here, particularly around the 6 minutes in as I learn a tip about grass hoppers. I can't stop laughing! ... See MoreSee Less
What a colorful bird! I watch these Rainbow Lorikeets on our front lawn. They’re so vibrant, I couldn’t resist painting one. He’s going to be for sale at $320. 60cm x 90cm acrylic on canvas.
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