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Tiger Hill Permaculture
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951 Sand River Rd, Buckland, Tasmania, AU
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Watching Seasonal Patterns

Project: Tiger Hill Permaculture

Posted by Paul Kean over 11 years ago

Observations at Tiger Hill during November 2011

Swifts are building their nests and Kookaburras are teaching their young to hunt.Apples and Plums have set.I hope I can beat the Possums to the harvest.Lupins,Hairy Vetch,Clover and silver wattle are in flower here at Tiger Hill.The Gourse in the area is also flowering and such a beautiful sight.Apitty it is such a problem for some farmers.Hope to be around to gather seed this season.Red Currents and Rasberries are setting and a hardy old Rhubarb is still kick'n.



Some good sunny days in between scattered showers.I like the rain,its soaking in and keeping the dams full.

Bumble Bees are everywhere but a non presence of honey bees.I'm sure they are here,just haven't seen too many.The grasses around the house are rampent with the rainfall I'm getting.Good thing though cause then I have a great source for composting.

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