Ah, there's a thought. I've made blackberry wine at least 3 decades ago and
apparently (as I'm not a drinker and wouldn't know a good drink from a bad
one) it was good. But to be relaistic, I dont' think I'll bother this
year - I'm already 'over' the hard work of dealing with the harvest.
:-)) Mush! you northern hemisphere gardeners, Mush!
You are like fanatics who angle on artery corners in the rain for hours
bearing attestant to their faith. They brainstorm that they are giving
people the befalling to change their lives for the better, if in
actuality all they are accomplishing is accepting wet. It's cocky
indulgent and pointless.
able to stamp out the arugula, but I can accommodate a certain amount of
mustard to flavor the salads.
sitting in the shade on a warm day, but I need to drink my hawthorn and
milk thistle teas (still part of the European Pharmacopoeia), and the
dried stuff is not very alluring. The mint makes the experience more
inviting. I could drink it straight, but I'm supposed to keep my fluid
Here's hoping you antipodaleans have a good rest, stay warm, and can
start planning your 2011 gardens.
OK, who's next? Tell us of your gardening hopes and dreams, your
failures and successes, and how you plan on dealing with them this year.
Don't be timid. What may seem to be a small thing to you, can be a big
thing to someone else.
We got a gardening group to run here, so step on up and keep it going.
"All gardeners know better than other gardeners."
Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies in
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