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conrad maharaj's Discussions

Edible Tahitian Spinach,or Taro leaf

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cathie MacLean Apr 22. 4 Replies

Has anyone got any they can spare me for my aquaponic bed please?Continue

jujube plant

Started this discussion. Last reply by conrad maharaj Mar 10. 4 Replies

anyone know where I can get a plant or cuttings from,pleaseContinue

elephant yam

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rob Collings Feb 13. 7 Replies

can anyone spare me some corm,shoots or plants of the elephant yam please,I'm willing to pay if need be,regards Conrad ( Macleay island)Continue

 

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conrad maharaj left a comment for Cathie MacLean
"I"II be there wed morning around 10am if ok mobile 0412118234"
Apr 22
Cathie MacLean replied to conrad maharaj's discussion Edible Tahitian Spinach,or Taro leaf
"Sure thing Conrad. Let me friend request you and I'll give you more details."
Apr 22
conrad maharaj might attend Dianne Caswell's event
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GARDEN VISIT & BANANA SPRING ROLL MAKING DEMONSTRATION- FREE at Susan's Garden

May 7, 2017 from 10am to 12pm
SUNDAY MAY 7th 10.00am TO 12.00pmSusan is having her GV to replace Sophie's - Sophie will be having hers a little later.Well you know how much we love Susan's Spring Rolls  well during her GV there will be a Demonstration on just how to Wrap, Fold and Cook Banana Springs Rolls. On street parking is available.  Ground is mostly…See More
Apr 22
conrad maharaj replied to conrad maharaj's discussion Edible Tahitian Spinach,or Taro leaf
"Thanks Cathie,I go overseas in 2 weeks for a month can I come and get some ,I live on Macleay Island and will be on mainland on Wednesday to Sunday?Anything you might be looking for?"
Apr 22
Lissa replied to conrad maharaj's discussion Edible Tahitian Spinach,or Taro leaf
"Tahitian Spinach - one of my favourite greens when I was growing it."
Apr 22
Elaine de Saxe favorited conrad maharaj's discussion Edible Tahitian Spinach,or Taro leaf
Apr 21
Cathie MacLean replied to conrad maharaj's discussion Edible Tahitian Spinach,or Taro leaf
"Conrad, Lissa was good enough to give me her leaf taro when she moved and I'd be happy to share with you. Also I have lots and lots of regular taro - very tasty - if you would like some. Will you be at Susan's GV in May?"
Apr 21
conrad maharaj posted a discussion

Edible Tahitian Spinach,or Taro leaf

Has anyone got any they can spare me for my aquaponic bed please?See More
Apr 21
conrad maharaj shared Dianne Caswell's event on Facebook
Mar 15
conrad maharaj replied to conrad maharaj's discussion jujube plant
" es please I would like that,i'll ctc you."
Mar 10
Janet Fong replied to conrad maharaj's discussion jujube plant
"Conrad, I have a jujube plant, it is in a pot, it's about 4 years old and fruited well last year.  however the fruit were infested with fruit flies so I had to throw them all out. You are welcome to take a cutting. Please send me a private…"
Mar 10
conrad maharaj replied to Lissa's discussion SNB hives available - Brighton (Greg) in the group Bees - native and honey
"thanks Lissa"
Mar 8
conrad maharaj replied to Lissa's discussion SNB hives available - Brighton (Greg) in the group Bees - native and honey
"any hives still available"
Mar 8
conrad maharaj replied to Lissa's discussion SNB hives available - Brighton (Greg) in the group Bees - native and honey
"if anyone has a hive to sell I am willing to buy."
Mar 8
conrad maharaj replied to Lissa's discussion SNB hives available - Brighton (Greg) in the group Bees - native and honey
"I'm new and interested in snb's I think they are good for the environment.Can anyone share their knowledge and hive with me please,regards Conrad (Macleay Island)"
Mar 7
conrad maharaj joined Lissa's group
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Bees - native and honey

Until I sold my home and garden recently, I owned two native bee hives of Tetragonula carbonaria and a top bar honey bee hive.While I'm am so far from expert at bee keeping it's not funny I do love to learn more about bees and the benefits they provide us.When I was a child at primary school we had our own honey-bee hive and the local bee keeper would come by regularly and we would all gather around while he showed us how to look after them and gather the honey.We have members on BLF who are…See More
Mar 7

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At 17:17 on October 19, 2016, Dianne Caswell said…

Good Evening Conrad, Welcome to Brisbane Local Foods (BLF). Here at the top of the page, you will find many GROUPS to join. One is the GARDEN VISITS, 2016 GARDEN VISITS CALENDAR here. I am sure you would enjoy visiting our member’s gardens. We have members who grow many different kinds of Gardens, Permaculture, Aquaculture, Wicking Beds, Traditional and many more. The GV's are usually held once a month. At the GV's we share cuttings, plants, produce, seeds, knowledge as well as a good chat and a lovely Homemade Morning Teas.  

We have many subjects of interest, if you have any questions I am sure we would have a member or site available to answer that question.

You may like to go into your page and change the Pea Leaf Avatar for one of your own, it makes it a little more personal and as soon as we see your own Avatar we know who it is. Please enjoy BLF.

At 16:54 on October 19, 2016, Andrew Cumberland said…

Welcome to the site.  Hope you enjoy looking around. 

 
 
 

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