Top 20 Waste Free Gifts for Toddlers

Buying a gift for a toddler can be waste free, plastic free or eco friendly. Here are the top 20 toddler gift ideas in a nice big round up just for you. Pin it to save for when you need it!

Toddlers are at an amazing age and stage. Learning about the world around them and full of boundless energy. Here are some great waste free gifts for toddlers: Puzzles. I’ve always been surprised at how early little ones understand puzzles and really enjoy them. Keep them simple – try wooden ones as they will withstand the …

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White Chocolate Rocky Road

This 5 ingredient white chocolate rocky road makes the absolute perfect gift for your loved ones this Christmas, or their birthday anytime! Super delicious and really quick and easy to make. Give this white chocolate rocky road a try today or pin it for later! #recipe #Christmas

This is a super easy, super yummy twist on the classic rocky road recipe. White Chocolate Rocky Road – all the awesomeness of normal rocky road but with WHITE CHOCOLATE. Please do use white eating chocolate rather than melts or buttons, you will thank me in the end – the taste is so much nicer …

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Weekly Garden Diary: Summer Week Two

Not sure what you should be doing in the garden this week? We have you covered with our weekly garden series for zone 9 gardens summer

Traditionally in Dunedin December still brings mostly ‘spring type’ weather, with lots of wind and rain, with the odd hot day thrown in the mix. Here is what you can look forward to gardening this week. Vegetables To prevent your cabbages, caulis and broccoli being covered in green caterpillars, cover your rows with wire hoops …

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Weekly Garden Diary: Summer Week One

Not sure what you should be doing in the garden this week? We have you covered with our weekly garden series for zone 9 gardens summer

SUMMER IS HERE! WOOOOOHOOO! Summer in the vegetable garden is mostly watering, weeding and managing pests. And harvesting of course! To manage weeds before they become to big, hoe regularly with a torpedo hoe, and mulch areas that you can well. Water deeply and thoroughly once or twice a week rather than little sprinkles more …

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Weekly Garden Diary: Spring Week 12

Not sure what you should be doing in the garden this week? We have you covered with our weekly garden series for zone 9 gardens

This is the last week of spring. Peas can still be sown, and leeks and celery planted out. Remember to keep newly planted things watered until they become established. VEGETABLES Brussels sprouts planted now will give you an early crop. I personally think they are a bit gross haha. Late season potatoes really should go …

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