Posted on March 9, 2018 by Sarah the Gardener
I’ve been pleasantly surprised. The sandy soil isn’t actually all that bad. I always thought of it as a soulless substrate that contained very little goodness that needed amending within an inch of its life! I believed those who had…
Tags: Early Autumn, GARDENING, good soil, Growing Vegetables, March, New Zealand, Phosphorus deficiency, sandy soil, Sarah O'Neil, Sarah the Gardener, Soil testing, sulphur deficiency, too much nitrogen
Posted on May 10, 2016 by Sarah the Gardener
I have a lovely friend who upon reading of my dilemma with my garlic, sent me an incredible range of garlic to try. I didn’t even realise we had this many available to us here. I am really excited to…
Tags: GARDENING, growing garlic, Late Autumn, May, New Zealand, Nitrogen, NPK, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sarah O'Neil, Sarah the Gardener, Soil testing
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