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"I'm always skeptical of claimed medicinal values. May be true. May be invented or ex…"

Lissa replied Jan 6, 2015 to FISHWORT Houttuynia cordata

5 Jan 6, 2015
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"I'll have to have a look at this in the morning Rob. Some of the pics have disappear…"

Lissa replied Dec 20, 2014 to AMARANTH Amarathus viridis, A. retroflexus

2 Dec 20, 2014
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"The plant I saw was at the top of of high stone wall and then growing flowers about…"

Lissa replied Nov 10, 2014 to Elderflowers are starting

11 Nov 10, 2014
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"Driving around north Brissie in the work bus the other morning and I found myself ad…"

Lissa replied Nov 9, 2014 to Elderflowers are starting

11 Nov 10, 2014
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"The picture shows a broad leaf Plantain. I've only ever seen the thin leaf version a…"

Lissa replied Nov 9, 2014 to PLANTAIN Plantago lanceolata

10 Sep 30, 2015
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"I've never seen this growing anywhere around here, so there won't be any extra.  Thi…"

Lissa replied Sep 3, 2014 to Elderflowers are starting

11 Nov 10, 2014
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"This what they looked like this morning. Should I wait until all the flowers open do…"

Lissa replied Sep 2, 2014 to Elderflowers are starting

11 Nov 10, 2014
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"Looks like two heads on the one plant (the one that's safe from the dog). Maybe enou…"

Lissa replied Sep 2, 2014 to Elderflowers are starting

11 Nov 10, 2014
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"One of my two plant has a flower head on it :) The one the dog doesn't keep running…"

Lissa replied Sep 1, 2014 to Elderflowers are starting

11 Nov 10, 2014
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"Much more tempting than "eat your weeds kids"."

Lissa replied Jul 17, 2014 to Get Your Greens, Eat Your Weeds

2 Jul 17, 2014
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VETIVER COMMUNITY PROJECT

Vetiver grass helps to stabilise soil and protects it against erosion.  It can protect against pests and weeds. Vetiver is also used as animal feed. (Wiki.)

The Vetiver Community Project is a plant nursery run by Dave & Keir Riley that harvests and grows Vetiver grass for local community applications and use. It is based in Beachmere, just north of Brisbane, Australia.


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