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Lainie P
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  • Brisbane, Queensland
  • Australia
  • Brisbane Northern Suburbs
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Andrew Cumberland commented on Lainie P's blog post I'm BAack!
"Good to see you back!"
Mar 5
Elaine de Saxe commented on Lainie P's blog post I'm BAack!
"You have been busy, Lainie! Good to hear from you :-)"
Mar 4
Elaine de Saxe favorited Lainie P's blog post I'm BAack!
Mar 4
Lainie P replied to Rob Collings's discussion Kumbartcho Native Plant Nursery in the group Eating Australia - Australian Native Foods
"Stocklist is available on the Kumbartcho website, Rob/Lissa, if you want to check it out... ;) Ta!"
Mar 4
Lainie P replied to Andrew Cumberland's discussion Free coffee grounds
"Yes, I can source smaller amounts this way too, Cheryl; but would love to see it happening on a larger scale, given the number of coffee drinkers around (myself included)! :D"
Mar 4
Dave Riley favorited Lainie P's blog post I'm BAack!
Mar 4
Lainie P favorited Dave Riley's photo
Mar 4
Lainie P favorited Lissa's discussion DALEYS FRUIT TREE NURSERY
Mar 4
Lainie P replied to Andrew Cumberland's discussion Free coffee grounds
"Hahaha, YES, I'd been thinking about this for a few years too (the same few years as you, apparently, Andrew! - I hadn't seen your posts about it come up on here, as I've been 'inactive' for a while). I also came to the same…"
Mar 4
Lainie P updated their profile
Mar 4
Lainie P left a comment for Michelle Teys
"Welcome, Michelle! (Are you the Michelle T. I went to Griffith with all those years ago?!)"
Mar 4
Lainie P replied to Rob Collings's discussion Kumbartcho Native Plant Nursery in the group Eating Australia - Australian Native Foods
"Hi Cheryl, Most of the walking tracks are fairly short, yes; this and the fact that they're mostly flat/paved, not steep, without too many stairs, is what makes them particularly suitable for the kids and elderly visitors we often have.…"
Mar 4
Lainie P replied to Rob Collings's discussion Kumbartcho Native Plant Nursery in the group Eating Australia - Australian Native Foods
"There are currently tadpoles rapidly turning into frogs in Frogs Hollow, Lissa, if you'd like to visit and see some more of the sanctuary besides the Nursery! Meet you there on a Tuesday?! ;) (Always, between 9am and 2.30pm at least...)"
Mar 4
Lainie P favorited Rob Collings's discussion Missed out on all that Anthocyanin in the Queen Garnet Plums?, then try some Australian natives
Mar 4
Lainie P replied to Elaine de Saxe's discussion Training, Workshops, Information in the group SEED & FRUIT TREE SITES, TRAINING, GROUPS, BEES AND FOOD SITES
"The link under 'Moreton Shire Council' is now broken (they've just updated their entire website) and should be titled 'Moreton Bay Regional Council', in any case... ;)"
Mar 4
Lainie P commented on Lissa's event 'QUEENSLAND GARDEN EXPO'
"Met Jamie Durie there last time I went (which would have been a good decade ago now!) - and I remember my daughter loving being able to hold a snake there too! From memory, that was probably the only time I've been to that show; wouldn't…"
Mar 4

Profile Information

I am currently involved with the following community gardens and groups:
None (unless you count being a foundation- but inactive - member of Millen Farm, Samford)! I joined Northey Street City Farm too, but don't get there and do much, really... helping via my small membership cost contribution, at the very least!
I am interested in:
Environmental matters, including habitat plantings, micro-climates and native food plants.
I can offer (you can't offer too much or too little - we don't mind)
Information, Training and Consultancy, Events, Community Involvement, Gardening Help
What I am looking for:
Information, Garden Materials, Gardening Help
Location
Brisbane Northern Suburbs

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I'm BAack!

Posted on March 4, 2019 at 14:41 2 Comments

Well, well, well... !

After being extremely slack for a very long time on this site, I've found myself back due to the quality info on here. I've been researching 'Dyschoriste depressa' for the newsletter I write up regularly, and found that another member (Ann) had posted some pics of this dreaded weed we're currently doing battle with!

Although I've been away from the BLF community for quite some time, thoughts of wonderful members I've…

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Green Street

Posted on March 15, 2014 at 1:41 4 Comments

http://www.greenstreet.net.au/green_tips.php Very comprehensive; I guess I should join! (Probably won't like the results though...but it's all about continuous improvement, right??)

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At 5:08 on January 20, 2014, Lissa said…

They're a good bunch of people on the site Lainie. All interested in a variety of home produced foods and drinks. Bound to be a lot of discussions going on that will interest you :)

Re the driving - I often carpool with the Elaines but there's room for one more. Just let me know if you would like to come to a GV and would like to catch a ride and we'll see what we can sort out.

At 6:58 on January 19, 2014, Lissa said…

Welcome to Brisbane Local Food Laine :)

Lovely to meet you at the GV yesterday.

Please get in touch via message or the discussion forum if you need help finding what you are after or in using the site.

Otherwise simply explore, join the conversations and enjoy.

Happy gardening

Lissa

 
 
 

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