Sue Harris

Sue is the grandmother of 4 beautiful grandchildren whom she adores and loves spending time in the garden with. She was brought up on a sheep and cattle station, is a retired registered nurse, and likes to eat healthy vegetarian food. She comes from a long line of avid gardeners who have lived in different countries, climates, and cultures but who have always made it a priority to make or maintain a garden and grow some food for the kitchen. Wherever possible, we had a large vegetable garden and fruit trees and vines for the kids to pick. Sue has retired from nursing and spends her time visiting friends and family around the world. She lives in a bus on her son's homestead for several months of the year! Sue's love of gardening comes from the belief that, if you have a garden, you always have something to give.

Sue Harris

How To Condition a Straw Bale for Gardening – Straw Bale Gardening Guide

Straw bale gardening – is there a gardening method that sounds easier? All you need to do is buy a straw bale, place it in a sunny position, condition it for 10 days, and plant your favorite plants in it. Let’s find out how to condition a straw bale for gardening! Why Straw Bale Gardening? …

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Straw Bale Gardens Complete Book Review – Straw Bale Gardening

My book review of ‘Straw Bale Gardens Complete‘ by Joel Karsten.  “Breakthrough vegetable gardening method, all information on urban and small spaces, organic, saving water. Make your own bales with or without straw.”  I live in a bus on my son’s property in tropical Northern Queensland, Australia, surrounded by cane fields and in a garden-paradise. …

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