Author Archives: Jo

Harakeke

I thought for this blog post I would post some photos of the harakeke plant that I am cleaning at the moment. The plant has lots of muka so is good for making piupiu and is a good length and … Continue reading

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My Magic Garden Refreshed

It’s been nearly a month since I last posted here! The year has gone so fast and sometimes I wish I could slow the days down… And our magic garden has grown so much! A few updates: We have harvested … Continue reading

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There’s an albino living in my magic garden?

Check out this photo. These are the hue (gourds) that are growing in our garden. We have at least ten now and they are  thriving!  Look at the hue on the right. Does it look a bit white to you? … Continue reading

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there’s a hue in our magic garden!

I thought it would be great to submit a couple of photos of our hue (gourd) that are now growing….fast! Here are the latest…enjoy!

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hue magic

We had a great downpour yesterday. It was just enough to put some green back into the grass and give our magic garden some much needed sustenance. Today I pollinated three of our hue (gourd) plants. We’ve been waiting for … Continue reading

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photos of my magic garden

I thought it’s about time I uploaded some photos of my magic garden – so here they are!

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Watch what you ask for you might just get it!

Literally! I originally established my weed garden in one spot but now I have weed gardens everywhere! I thought since they are growing in different spots around the place then I will just watch them grow where they are and … Continue reading

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