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I love succulents. For many reasons: Drought Friendly Easy to propagate Great for pots Disease tolerant Suitable for indoors and outdoors Lots of varieties with amazing colours, shapes and textures...
I've never been much of a fan of raw carrots I must confess. Carrot juice even less so. But baked carrots are definitely the bomb! Baked Carrots Ingredients : 4 cups of carrots, sliced....
We've talked many times in the past about composting with worms, the commercial options and the DIY options, previous articles can be found here. Frankly, worms are great but not suited to...
Inspired by the efforts of Chris over the weekend I found a few more tidbits... Light installation from Treehugger Milkcrate furniture from this site Crate bookshleves from Flickr : (The description...
It's an interesting and thorny issue. Planet Green had a post about managing a relationship with someone with different environmental standards than you, but what if it's your housemate...
I got given a Hughie plastic sink about 2 years ago as part of a sustainability course I did when I moved to Melbourne. I was pretty chuffed to receive it as, being from the UK, I was used to using a...
I found these cheap gardening tips in the Simple Savings Newsletter for September. It provides lots of tips on living cheaply and sustainably rather than consumer driven. We have saved over $150 in...
I planted these purple podded peas and just like the packet said... they are certainly purple podded peas! This may be my new favourite plant. Popping the purple pod reveals fresh green peas (so...
Use very ripe tomatoes for the best flavour. If you can afford to buy good quality vinegar, such as apple cider vinegar, do so. Otherwise you can just use cheap white vinegar but it will give your...
I was excited to see this living wreath on Design Sponge this week. It looks pretty easy according to the tutorial but I'm going to amend a current wreath I have rather than buy any materials. I...