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"I did wonder if I should put more effort into finding a flavoursome strain, rather t…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 10, 2016 to Plant identification

24 Feb 10, 2016
Reply by pat pierce

"You have to smell them when they've been fried in oil, Elaine. They're a different b…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 10, 2016 to Plant identification

24 Feb 10, 2016
Reply by pat pierce

"The fruit I gathered were from near Park Road train station in Woolloongabba, but it…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 4, 2016 to Plant identification

24 Feb 10, 2016
Reply by pat pierce

"I have plenty of seeds at the moment, and I'm growing one from a cutting and some fr…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 4, 2016 to Plant identification

24 Feb 10, 2016
Reply by pat pierce

"I'm going to give it a go, but given what people have said, I also think I'll be abl…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 4, 2016 to Plant identification

24 Feb 10, 2016
Reply by pat pierce

"Yes, and I'm in a rental, so definitely not in the ground, where the next tenants ma…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 4, 2016 to Plant identification

24 Feb 10, 2016
Reply by pat pierce

"Further research reveals that they're a pretty weedy plant. They are related to oran…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 4, 2016 to Plant identification

24 Feb 10, 2016
Reply by pat pierce

"Spot on! I was so interested in the fruit that I didn't think to sniff the leaves. I…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 3, 2016 to Plant identification

24 Feb 10, 2016
Reply by pat pierce

"Google seems to support your interpretation of the word tendril, Elaine, and that's…"

Rob Walter replied Nov 16, 2015 to Choko Madness ...and we love it

8 Nov 16, 2015
Reply by Dave Riley

"I've finally got my choko vine going and out of reach of possums and I absolutely lo…"

Rob Walter replied Nov 15, 2015 to Choko Madness ...and we love it

8 Nov 16, 2015
Reply by Dave Riley

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GrowVetiver

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.)

GrowVetiver 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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