"No...but I'll keep up with the projects.I think this sort of thing is the real deal that makes gardening transcend backyard hobbying so that it becomes a community essential. Most 'locally grown' impetus in urban areas is…"
"I'm growing Red Dragon ...and they're delicious! They are only now coming to pod.
My earlier varieties tended to have a tough skin but the RDs are succulent...and pod early.They're also thinner than the snake beans I'm used to.…"
The Remote Indigenous Gardens Network – RIG NetworkRIG Network is a networking, advocacy and capacity building initiative. We aim to foster sustainable food production activities in and by remote communities and to support people who want to grow food for enterprise, livelihoods and wellbeing.RIG Network is a national, cross-sectoral networking, research and outreach initiative. We link people, projects and resources to…See More
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I have people tell me all the time, you can't grow this in Brisbane or you can't grow that but I give it a go anyway and if it doesn't take…"
Thanks for your reply mate I do have flowers but they wouldn't be a metre high due to the very sandy soil and low nutrients even though I did put lots of compost in before planting .I planted them initially to stop the neighbours walking across the front lawn,Your plants sound really healthy and you can look forward to good yields 3 to 4 kilos per plant if your lucky and not forgetting the flowers wich will be a real head turner. cheers
Hi Dave didnt want to hijack your latest blog but just wanted to ask about your Jerusalem artichokes as we seem to be the only few blf members growing them .How tall are they do you have any flowers yet always good to compare your plants with others to guage how things are.cheers