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Seed swappers

In this group, you can list the seeds you are willing to share when you can't make it to the Garden visits. Anybody who wishes to get seeds can become friends with the donor and send a message to get their postal address. You then send your own self-addressed and stamped envelope and seed packaging to the donor for them to return by post. Hope this makes sense :-)

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Brugmansia Insignis: Frilly Pink Cuttings available

Started by Dianne Caswell Nov 1, 2014. 0 Replies

DaturaFrilly Pink Brugmansia Insignis. Also recognised as Pink Datura Angels TrumpetThis evergreen tall shrub/small tree grows to around 4 metres high by 2-3 metres wide.I have a small tree that I am…Continue


Started by Lissa. Last reply by Lissa Oct 16, 2014. 3 Replies

Looking for more Babaco cuttings if anyone has a plant or knows where one is.Continue

Tags: babaco

Jerusalem Artichokes

Started by Valerie. Last reply by GayleD Oct 13, 2014. 3 Replies

About JA...

Red Dragon Fruit Cuttings and Beetroot Seeds

Started by Elaine coolowl. Last reply by Elaine coolowl Mar 9, 2014. 3 Replies

At Craig's Garden Visit on Saturday 6th July, I will have 4 pieces of a Red Dragon Fruit plant to give away free. First in first served.There is a large collection of Green Harvest Detroit Beetroot…Continue

Tags: Beetroot, Dragon Fruit, Red Dragon Fruit

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Comment by Lissa on August 20, 2014 at 4:22

Michael Cahill - Likewise about the indigenous food links. You will find a bigger audience by posting in the forum (I have moved the information for you HERE). Members can access the information in future also, unlike the email message you sent out which will disappear into the ether :)

Comment by Lissa on August 20, 2014 at 4:17

Michael Cahill - Thanks for the message about water chestnuts available. You might find a bigger audience if you post your offer under the general Forum (will be visible to all members of BLF, not just this group) HERE.

Comment by Susanne on June 13, 2014 at 9:42
I like the Jerusalem artichoke plants and flowers, they can have their 'fill in' perennial space in my garden, if I remember correctly they can handle a shady spot and of course they are a food source that some people can tolerate better than others.

I have planted sunflowers often for the happy dominant flower, yes I leave them to feed the birds, they are stalky annuals and require a sunny spot.
Comment by Elaine coolowl on June 12, 2014 at 22:31

Just for flowers? How about growing some Sunflowers - bigger flowers and seeds are just bird seed, cheap as.

Comment by Susanne on June 12, 2014 at 12:34

Jerusalem artichoke tubers (for flowers for my garden)
Comment by Lissa on May 17, 2014 at 3:35

Try Personal Messaging Valerie Vanessa. Click on her name, click "Send a Message" top left on her home page.

Comment by Vanessa Thompson on May 13, 2014 at 20:48

Hi everyone, 

OK this is not about seeds but wondering if anyone is interested swapping me a hand full of worms for a couple empty worm farms. {they are 2nd hand - i have not used them since i killed off my worms in them! and i had been given them from scarlett} i did extremely well in the vege boxes! and wish i had never put my poor worms into the worm farms in saying that id like to start a worm farm again!

Comment by Valerie on December 6, 2013 at 21:24

Hi Ania, I would love some. Are you coming to the Garden visit Christmas party?

Comment by Ania on December 6, 2013 at 20:54
I have lots of seeds I can only call "Asian parsnip".. Honestly you won't need many, I grew 3 last winter, harvested seed from one, a beautiful growing experience.. A fountain of white flowers about 90cm tall. I'm new to this website so not too sure how this works but happy to mail seed.
Comment by Lissa on May 6, 2013 at 6:38

I also have a heap of tiny Ping Tung eggplants coming up.

I'll have to try to seperate them, but ultimately wayyyy more than I can ever use. If I have success transplanting people are welcome to them (and thank you to Joseph for giving me the seed).


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