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Drew O'Brien
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Drew O'Brien posted a status
"Excited seeds planted last weekend are sprouting"
Sep 23, 2016
Lissa commented on Drew O'Brien's status
"Why not take some photos Drew and do a small Blog on their progress?"
Sep 22, 2016
Drew O'Brien posted a status
"Planted zucchini and cucumber seeds over the weekend. Removed 3 out of 6 Cherry Tomato plants."
Sep 21, 2016
Drew O'Brien left a comment for Dianne Caswell
"Thanks Dianne. I was a member of a previous incarnation of this site many years ago. Maybe in 2008? 2009?"
Sep 21, 2016
Drew O'Brien left a comment for Rob Collings
"Thanks Rob"
Sep 21, 2016
Dianne Caswell left a comment for Drew O'Brien
"Hi Drew, Welcome to Brisbane Local Foods (BLF), Here at the top of the page, you will find many GROUPS to join. One is the GARDEN VISITS, 2016 GARDEN VISITS CALENDAR here. I am sure you would enjoy visiting our member’s gardens. We…"
Sep 16, 2016
Rob Collings left a comment for Drew O'Brien
"Welcome to Brisbane Local Food Drew. At the top of the page you will find menu tabs, giving you access to Events, Groups, Blogs, Photos, Videos and much more. Keep doing what your doing with those tomatoes and zucchinis, and have look around at what…"
Sep 16, 2016
Drew O'Brien is now a member of Brisbane Local Food
Sep 16, 2016

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About me:
Thirty something year old guy. Scratching around in the dirt of his rental property. Currently able to grow large amounts of cherry tomatoes and zucchinis.
Joining up to see what everyone else is up to and get specific advise for our wacky climate.
I can offer (you can't offer too much or too little - we don't mind)
None/Unsure
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Brisbane Eastern Suburbs

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At 20:19 on September 16, 2016, Dianne Caswell said…

Hi Drew, Welcome to Brisbane Local Foods (BLF), Here at the top of the page, you will find many GROUPS to join. One is the GARDEN VISITS, 2016 GARDEN VISITS CALENDAR here. I am sure you would enjoy visiting our member’s gardens. We have members who grow many different kinds of Gardens, Permaculture, Aquaculture, Wicking Beds, Traditional and many more. The GV's are usually held once a month. At the GV's we share cuttings, plants, produce, seeds, knowledge as well as a good chat and a lovely Homemade Morning Teas.  

We have many subjects of interest, if you have any questions I am sure we would have a member or site available to answer that question.

You may like to go into your page and change the Pea Leaf Avatar for one of your own, it makes it a little more personal and as soon as we see your own Avatar we know who it is. Please enjoy BLF.

At 20:05 on September 16, 2016, Rob Collings said…
Welcome to Brisbane Local Food Drew. At the top of the page you will find menu tabs, giving you access to Events, Groups, Blogs, Photos, Videos and much more. Keep doing what your doing with those tomatoes and zucchinis, and have look around at what other plants and activities BLF can inspire you with. Enjoy!
 
 
 

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