Hi allI have loads a number of dragon fruit plants for sale @ $5 each. For orders of 10 or more I will throw in an extra one for free (20 will get 2 free cuttings etc).They are rooted "cuttings" .…Continue
Hi all I have loads a number of dragon fruit plants for sale @ $5 each. They are rooted "cuttings" . I sell them bare-rooted.Below is not my photo, but you get the idea of some of the different…Continue
Just wondering if anyone has had success in ridding their chooks of depluming mite i.e. the mite that eats chooks feathers (might bite too, I don't know). Can anyone direct me to some good…Continue
Do you have any wire netting that you do not want any more? I have fenced off a new area for my chooks to graze in. Unfortunately the area is sloped and they are scratching the soil down the hill.…Continue
Wow. What an absolute success! On Sunday 11 September Logan Food Gardeners has its first get together. We had 23 adults plus kids for morning tea, chat and a wander around the garden. This was an absolutely fantastic turnout, considering the online group has only been going for just over 1 month. Already though the group has 72 members and is growing every day.
I have had heaps of really positive feed back about the visit on Sunday and the Logan Food Gardeners online site. It is…Continue
I was so inspired after our get together at Joanne Chungs place on Sunday, I got hubby to mind the kids and I ventured into the garden. I extended the fence around the garden to incorporate a much bigger area and then I made a new garden bed.
The first garden bed is on the right and the new one is on the left. …Continue
My new vegie garden is AMAZING! All the rain and the awesomely furtile soil has allowed the seeds and plants to grow like triffods (but without the funny sound and thankfully they don't leave the garden to kill people).
My corn and amaranth is chest high - oh and the amaranth tastes good (a bit like silverbeet but better). The NZ spinach I got from the West End community garden is flourishing and huge! My lettuce, rocket, tatsoi and bok choi are all growing so well. I have 4…Continue