Toad's Permaculture

Monthly Archives: September 2020


Little love for your eye holes

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Zone 8a: Pear Trees

I have heard good things about growing pears in my zone. A couple of my neighbors have some pear trees growing here and there. I know that they can grow in my area and rumor has it they do super…

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Update: Autumn Sage

This plant seems to truly enjoy the clay soil. I did some more research it turns out it thrives in dry heat. Autumn Sage claims to be drought resistant, bug free and doesn’t need to be fertilized. I did it…

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New Addition: Pineapple

Oh yes, I did not realize how sharp these leafs are. Someone should have warned me, now I have these cuts and we were only trying to give it a home. Since this one is so fighty we placed it…

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Zone 8a: Limes

I am tired of citrus only posts. What about limes? They have their own identity. You can’t lump limes in with oranges. Limes are festive, they are a party. Oranges are a breakfast beverage and don’t get me started on…

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Greenhouses: Sun diffusion

Sun diffusion is a word that I have read a lot about while looking into information on Greenhouses. It is pretty much light scattering. It turned out that scattered or diffused light is able to assist plants with better photosynthesis….

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Garden Update 2020: August 30

This will most likely be the final update for this month. I like to see the progress in my plants. If you are a gardener yourself you know what I mean. We have beans and they just don’t seem to…

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My mission: Greenhouse Fact Finding Mission

I am going to need one. I know I will. Problem is that I have so many projects going on that my husband is shaking his head at me. He agrees that I need a greenhouse, he just thinks that…

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