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Colored corn.

alice_lebrun is talking about growing Beans, Herbs, Peas, Sweetcorn, Tomato, Something else from Marlborough

Today was an undecided day. It starded off with light drizzle on my windshield as I drove to work, was cold most of the morning then at lunch time it has turnded hot and humid but this evening it looks though we may get a thunder storm or at le...

Read on | comments | Posted at 19:11pm on 29th November 2017


Mini challenge four

waitaria bay is talking about growing Silverbeet from Marlborough

Today the radical juniors (The girls) used gumboots for our upcycling project. Two of the girls want to grow sunflowers in their gumboot and the third one is growing sliverbeet in her gumboot. 

The girls thought growing sliverbeet ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 11:11am on 24th November 2017



Lauraine is talking about growing Broccoli, Carrot, Cauliflower, Chinese Cabbage, Lettuce, Peas, Tomato from Marlborough

looks like my first blog has gone awol, so I better start again, must have not pushed the right button

Started to get the area for my tomatoes, basil and lettuce ready, lots of homemade and bought compost and sheep pellets. The tomatoes...

Read on | comments | Posted at 15:11pm on 19th November 2017


The our first day in the gardening

waitaria bay is talking about growing Carrot from Marlborough

Friday 20th October

This is term I want to help children at Waitaria Bay school grow a vegetables garden. We will grow our plants from seeds. 

Today we pulled out all the weeds and the children and I will share our what hap...

Read on | comments | Posted at 11:11am on 4th November 2017


Spring weather is here

Nay&Jase is talking about growing Beetroot, Broadbeans, Carrot, Lettuce, Peas, Pumpkin, Radish, Spinach, Sweetcorn, Tomato, Zucchini from Marlborough

We finally had some amazing weather over there weekend here in Marlborough. I was able to dig over the garden after pulling out the brascias that had bolted and were going to seed. I would have liked to keep them in for a while long to have a g...

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:09am on 25th September 2017

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