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Has anyone got any they can spare me for my aquaponic bed please?

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Conrad, Lissa was good enough to give me her leaf taro when she moved and I'd be happy to share with you. Also I have lots and lots of regular taro - very tasty - if you would like some. Will you be at Susan's GV in May?

Thanks Cathie,I go overseas in 2 weeks for a month can I come and get some ,I live on Macleay Island and will be on mainland on Wednesday to Sunday?Anything you might be looking for?

Sure thing Conrad. Let me friend request you and I'll give you more details.

Tahitian Spinach - one of my favourite greens when I was growing it.


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