"Great harvest Sophie ~
Lissa & Sophie, I planted my Shungiku in Autumn, harvest leaves during cooler whether and flowers in spring/early summer..... it was a few year back thought, haven't got them any more"
"I live on the South side. it just so happen that when Donna was running the GV I had a garden to host, and when Lissa ran it I didn't anymore. I think around the same time, some southern members went to the Logan group which was created…"
High Florence, the ones in the bucket are Bunchosia or "sweetleaf" and are easy to strike, and the others I got from Lissa , I do know that 2 are of pepinos but the others I don't remember the names, only that they are edible.
Hi Florence, Thanks for the comment about the blog - I'll see how long it lasts when I start working. I'll put up another post about the spinning when I finally get it finished - I've got a photo of the alpaca the fleece came from that I'll put up too. I'm on holidays at the moment so I've got a bit of time for projects that have been on hold and to hang out on the BLF site. I've finished uni now so I'm starting real work next year at Logan hospital - finally! Hopefully I'll still have time to garden.
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This site was created by Scarlett Patrick, to build capacity in the Brisbane community for growing, buying, and living sustainably. Six years on, BLF is an important hub to promote, discuss, share and learn about local food growing, production, gardens, services and activities happening in our part of the world.
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