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MGS S01E12 – The Nursery, take 2

MGS S01E12 – The Nursery, take 2

3 Nov, '140 Comments

The first attempt this year at a nursery failed and in this video I tell you why. I also take the opportunity to build on that gained experience and start the 2nd version of the nursery. Here’s hoping for the best! Do you have any experiences to share? I’d love to hear from you especially […]

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MGS S01E11 – A Garden and Gardening Update

MGS S01E11 – A Garden and Gardening Update

1 Nov, '140 Comments

This episode is dedicated to my friend Fadi Fallaha who continues to encourage me to continue on with producing these episodes. Thanks Fadi! So here you go, a quick update on the status of the garden after an absence of a couple of weeks due to work commitments. This update contains a gardening status check […]

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MGS S01E10 – Inviting Birds into your Garden

MGS S01E10 – Inviting Birds into your Garden

4 Oct, '140 Comments

There is nothing that brings a garden to life than birds and their chirping and singing and flitting around. We’re blessed to have several varieties who have made our garden their home. To invite them into your garden doesn’t really take too much effort; at the very least, just provide them with water to drink […]

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MGS S01E09 – Potting the Seedlings

MGS S01E09 – Potting the Seedlings

27 Sep, '140 Comments

The seeds I’ve sown in Episode 2 have mostly come through with some achieving quite good success. It’s time now to pot them up in small pots and make them ready to go into the ground. Apart from the potting of the seedlings, I construct proper shading boxes to replace the temporary structure on the […]

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MGS S01E08 – Inviting Butterflies to your Garden

MGS S01E08 – Inviting Butterflies to your Garden

20 Sep, '140 Comments

I took advantage of a free couple of hours in Kuala Lumpur to visit the Butterfly Park and have a chat with the manager and the head gardener on what it takes to invite butterflies and other beneficial insects to a garden. And of course, enjoyed the company of over 5,000 gorgeous butterflies too.

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