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Rediscovering the citron

19 July 2018

Rediscovering the citron

Three years ago our exotic grower, Anton Roux, planted two very rare trees in the Babylonstoren garden: Etrog citrons. A now lesser-known variety of citrus, the citron was once a kitchen staple with cultural and religious significance and medicinal properties. Read more


Chicken Out

15 May 2018

Chicken Out

Free-roaming chickens can often be spotted scratching in the garden and plucking pesky bugs off our farm produce. We have five different types of chicken here at Babylonstoren – Boschvelders and Potch Koekoeks in the garden, as well as the Leghorns, Araucanas and Lohmann Browns that are looked after by farmer Christo. Read more


Besticide: How to make an organic insecticide using household ingredients

19 April 2018

Besticide: How to make an organic insecticide using household ingredients

Surely the reason for growing your own food and flowers is that you know the love and labour you’ve put in will manifest in nutritional value and beauty. Read more


Gardening with Babylonstoren has turned over a new leaf

27 March 2018

Gardening with Babylonstoren has turned over a new leaf

If you’re an avid gardener you will know about our community-driven gardening app, Gardening with Babylonstoren. Well, the app is turning over a new leaf and is now moving to Candide, a brand new app with a new look, and most importantly, lots of new features. Read more


Growing Pears in a Bottle

20 March 2018

Growing Pears in a Bottle

It’s one of those conversation starters: how did the pear get into the bottle? The answer: with an age-old French technique, and a lot of patience. Read more


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