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"Hi Fiona, Sorry your trip to Japan is off, Ours to France is now postponed till same…"

Dianne Caswell replied Mar 21 to Taking the opportunity to plan & plant

18 Mar 21
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"I'm sorry you aren't flying off to Bali, it would have been lovely at this time of t…"

Dianne Caswell replied Mar 19 to Taking the opportunity to plan & plant

18 Mar 21
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"I really like the look of these, another good healthy meal for me to make. Thanks fo…"

Dianne Caswell replied Mar 3 to Egg Plant recipe

4 Mar 17
Reply by Christa

"Plants look great Roger, and I do like the Purple colour of the plant up against the…"

Dianne Caswell replied Mar 3 to Purple oxalis plants

5 Mar 9
Reply by Roger Clark

"Thanks so Much Sophie, I managed to get 5 sets of Emile Henry Ramekins this morning…"

Dianne Caswell replied Mar 3 to Looking for Tiny Clay Bowls for Cheeses

6 Mar 3
Reply by Andrew Cumberland

"Thanks guys for the suggestions."

Dianne Caswell replied Mar 2 to Looking for Tiny Clay Bowls for Cheeses

6 Mar 3
Reply by Andrew Cumberland

"I missed this photo when you first put it on, I haven't tasted these but would love…"

Dianne Caswell replied Mar 2 to PICKED MY PERSIMMONS Ichi-Ki-Kei-Jiro Asian

6 Mar 2
Reply by Doug Hanning

"I love you ideas, I would love Green Tree Frogs, we do have a couple of fabulous big…"

Dianne Caswell replied Feb 21 to Frog Hotel

12 Feb 21
Reply by Dave Riley

"Love them, especially the Yellow ones. Thanks for sharing this with us again. Also t…"

Dianne Caswell replied Feb 18 to Simple Nasturtiums

4 Feb 21
Reply by Sid Saghe

"Fabulous Menu for your week Dave. I too use the Imported Flour for my Tacos, I like…"

Dianne Caswell replied Jan 19 to chipotle peppers in adobo sauce

3 Jan 19
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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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