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Mike Smith
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Leafy greens giveaway/swap.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Smith Apr 3, 2016. 2 Replies

Have a tonne of Betel leaf (pepper cousin) and Sri Lankan Spinach to get rid of.The Betel Leaf is easy to grow from cuttings and I have so much it is taking over the side of my house.The Sri Lankan…Continue


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About me:
Dabble in gardening. Some things grow and others don't. All about trial and error.
I am interested in:
Sharing produce
Sharing tips and info.
I can offer (you can't offer too much or too little - we don't mind)
Information, Plants and Produce, Garden Materials, Gardening Help
What I am looking for:
Information, Products and/or Services, Plants or Produce, Garden Materials, Community Involvement, Gardening Help
Ipswich Region

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At 18:09 on April 3, 2016, Dianne Caswell said…

Welcome to BLF Mike. Great to see another member over on the South East side. I am sure you will enjoy looking around the site if you click on the Groups heading at the top of the page you will find many groups that may be of interest to you. Join in the conversations and feel free to ask any questions you may have.

At 11:56 on April 3, 2016, Susan said…

Hi Mike,

Welcome to BLF.  Plenty to have a look at.  If you go to the events page, you will see a whole bunch of information around upcoming garden events.  You might also like to join the garden visits group.  About once a month we visit various members gardens and it's a great way to gain some local gardening knowledge. 


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