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HOW TO: AIR DRY CHILLIES

March

The Slowpoke: HOW TO AIR DRY CHILLIES After long hours in the hot summer weather, most of our Aussie farmers have a smile on their face at the arrival of cooler weather. It also sees them reaping the benefits of the bountiful harvest they created. One such local crop in plentiful supply at the moment is chillies – an ingredient for which a little usually goes a long way.
HOW TO: AIR DRY CHILLIES
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SPIDER PLANT

February

The Slowpoke: SPIDER PLANT We love a plant that keeps on giving, and the ‘spider’ plant (chlorophytum comosum) is such an ally. A plant that is particularly easy to grow both indoors and out, it suits even the blackest of thumbs.
SPIDER PLANT
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MACRAME PLANT HANGER

January

On a mission to bring a little more plant life indoors this year? Good job. The benefits of indoor plants is well-known Рa little greenery is great for removing toxins from the air and improving our mental and physical wellbeing. And one rather lovely and simple way to bring some life indoors is by hanging your plants with a little crafty macram̩.
MACRAME PLANT HANGER
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