How to grow duckweed for your urban pond

Percy Ross once said “Many drops make a bucket, many buckets make a pond, many ponds make a lake, and many lakes make an ocean”. I thought I would start small and grow duckweed in a bucket then move it to a pond. And who knows, my pond may help create more lakes and then…

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Funky Fridge? Make A Natural Fertiliser

I’m the sort of person that easily forgets certain leftovers and opened jars in the fridge. So of course things start to get a little funky. Instead of throwing things straight in the compost bin I try and take the time to make a natural fertiliser with some of the stinky fridge ingredients. A natural…

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Worms Worms and More Worms

Today I found an earthworm egg. Very exciting! This little white ball of love can hold several young worms. Young worms hatch from their eggs in between three weeks to five months. The gestation period varies for different species of worms. It also depends on environmental conditions such as temperature and soil moisture. Charles Darwin…

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