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"I would so love to have a frog hotel, but I have never seen or heard a frog at my pl…"

angela holmes replied Feb 21 to Frog Hotel

12 Feb 21
Reply by Dave Riley

"Thanks for all your replies. I like the idea of putting them up high Christa. I woul…"

angela holmes replied Jan 21 to Sweet potato pests????

6 Jan 21
Reply by angela holmes

"Yes i also have a tropical peach and was surprised how well it did with fruit fly th…"

angela holmes replied Dec 8, 2019 to Any experience with peachcot?

4 Dec 8, 2019
Reply by angela holmes

"That was my second keriberry! I lost a few plants earlier this year, despite waterin…"

angela holmes replied Apr 28, 2019 to Keriberry

9 Apr 28, 2019
Reply by angela holmes

"My keriberry DIED! I don't know why. Its in moist soil and the inside of the canes d…"

angela holmes replied Apr 25, 2019 to Keriberry

9 Apr 28, 2019
Reply by angela holmes

"Congratulations Susan that is AWESOME!  I am very jealous. They look so beautifully…"

angela holmes replied Jul 5, 2018 to Anyone tried Chilean guava ugni Molinae or raspberry)

4 Jul 5, 2018
Reply by angela holmes

"Oh no!  Do you have clay soil?  I have picked out a spot for it in the same bed as a…"

angela holmes replied Jul 5, 2018 to Anyone tried Chilean guava ugni Molinae or raspberry)

4 Jul 5, 2018
Reply by angela holmes

"Daley's says it tastes like something between a raspberry and a blackberry and that…"

angela holmes replied Jun 28, 2018 to Keriberry

9 Apr 28, 2019
Reply by angela holmes

"Was the atherton that died the one in a half barrel you mentioned in a previous post…"

angela holmes replied Jun 28, 2018 to Keriberry

9 Apr 28, 2019
Reply by angela holmes

"You're amazing Susan, is there anything you haven't tried, and all in a suburban yar…"

angela holmes replied Jun 27, 2018 to Keriberry

9 Apr 28, 2019
Reply by angela holmes

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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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