Gardening and sustainability
Introduction This website charts a personal journey I am making into renewable technology. Part blog, part diary and part notebook to remind me of stuff I have done, it presents a record of my transition into a lower petroleum society. It details my various projects concerned with providing domestic heat and power by renewable means, using wood fuels, solar water heating and a small amount of solar photovoltaics. The initial desire was to produce my own electricity and to heat my home and business using renewable fuels.
Purple Oxalis -- Oxalis regnellii 'Atropurpurea' Going by whatever name you know it as, this is truly a wonderful plant. The Oxalis Genius has over 800 recognized species throughout the world. So considering the length of this article and TIME I will only talk about one, the Purple Leaf Oxalis. This particular species is native in Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay. It was first cultivated in the United States in 1930.
Some see Nature all ridicule and deformity … and some scarce see Nature at all.