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Seedling swap

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lissa Jun 6, 2013. 28 Replies

I'm on the northside of Brisbane, and have some excess Purple Tomatillo seedlings. I'm interested in finding anyone who's up for an exchange. I drive up to the Sunshine and down to the Gold coast…Continue

Tags: San, Marzano, Tomato, Chilli, Chili

 

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Fisher commented on Cres's blog post Built my IBC Wicking Beds
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Fisher commented on Lissa's blog post Sweet Potato Tower
"Great thanks! I'm sure I'm missing something but I have a few varieties of leek, beet, chilli (actually about 8 varieties), tomatillo (of course!), cherry tomato x 4 varieties , large canning tomato x 3 varieties, cucumber,…"
Aug 24, 2014
Fisher commented on Lissa's blog post Sweet Potato Tower
"Wow first time I've seen this and would love to give it a go. Where do you buy those grow bags @Lissa? Long time no talk either...we just got a place with some lovely little beds so I've been busy sowing and would love to donate to your…"
Aug 23, 2014
Lissa replied to Fisher's discussion Seedling swap
"I can certainly reuse the pots. They just looked so new I could tell you had parted with $ for them and might want them back. I'll have a look at your recipe links next. I'm eating the Nopales pretty regularly, mostly with bacon and eggs…"
Jun 6, 2013
Fisher replied to Fisher's discussion Seedling swap
"Great to hear they're coming along well. The leaves will get soft and very droopy when they need a water but otherwise they grow pretty quick hey? And the San Marzano? Would you use the pots at all? We picked up 100 from a nursery last week so…"
Jun 5, 2013
Lissa replied to Fisher's discussion Seedling swap
"They do have lanterns coming on and they all look great still. No bugs. I think the ones out the back yard were victim to the larvae of the beetle that were on the Cape Gooseberry (striped beastie that I was calling cucumber beetle). These are just…"
Jun 5, 2013
Craig Hogan and Fisher are now friends
Jun 5, 2013
Fisher replied to Fisher's discussion Seedling swap
"Hey how's those Tomatillo and Tomato plants going Lissa? Keeping an eye out for any bugs? Do they have the little latterns/husks going (ie. fruited)?"
Jun 5, 2013
Craig Hogan replied to Fisher's discussion Seedling swap
"Sounds like a deal. I'll give the tomatillos another go, they are tasty and I need to do some research on organic pest control. It's a bit of an open garden for pests at the moment and I'm getting increasingly annoyed at the attacks!"
May 28, 2013
Fisher replied to Fisher's discussion Seedling swap
"The Radish, Beets and Carrots all sound good to me. So the baby Marzano's a maybe a couple of weeks away, what if I drop you a message when they're good to go? How does 3 of them sound? Also are you interested in some Tomatillo's?…"
May 28, 2013
Craig Hogan replied to Fisher's discussion Seedling swap
"They are all diggers mixed heirloom varieties. Radish doesn't specify but I've previously got huge daikon and smaller coloured types. Beets are yellow, purple, white and chioggia. Carrots are purple, white, yellow and orange. Garlic is…"
May 28, 2013
Fisher replied to Fisher's discussion Seedling swap
"Craig - are you able to tell me the varieties you have of beetroot, carrot, garlic and radish? I'd lean towards the seeds of these, I don't want to dig up your winter crop ;)"
May 28, 2013

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Swapping seeds and seedlings, anything that is edible is preferred

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At 8:52 on November 2, 2012, Lissa said…

Fisher - still having trouble using PM with you this morning. I see you are new. I'll keep trying.

At 20:28 on November 1, 2012, Scarlett said…

welcome Fisher :)

SJP

 
 
 

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