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July 2013 Blog Posts (4)

New organic certified garden in the suburbs

Loving our new acreage in Capalaba. Converting it to certified organic and digging up loads of grass for vegie gardens & orchard. I'll be running all sorts of workshops from there starting August. See the events coming up on www.ecobotanica.com.au

Added by Linda Brennan on July 29, 2013 at 17:23 — 1 Comment

Sweet Potato Tower

LEAF TYPE:

PURPLE/PURPLE sharply defined tri-pointed leaves

WHITE/PURPLE softly tri-pointed leaves 

PURPLE/WHITE heart shaped leaves 

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Added by Lissa on July 28, 2013 at 12:00 — 15 Comments

Random Update Stardate: 24.07.13 or Some Serious Busy!

I figure I look like everything at my place has stalled in the last month.  Well, that's not really true - I've been flat out like a lizard drinkin'.  Here's a quick update on what I've been doing:

Garden: is going really well.  Had two solid meals from my snow peas, the rainbow silverbeet has provided a pie and several stir fries, I have a massive kumquat harvest due in a week or two and things like shallots are going well.  Lissa and Elaine's beans are about to…

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Added by Andrew Cumberland on July 25, 2013 at 18:00 — 2 Comments

Food Pyramid reversed

From Hungry for Change:

How Turning the Food Pyramid on Its Head Can Help You Slim Down

 

By Dr. Mercola

A full two-thirds of Americans are overweight or…

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Added by Lissa on July 11, 2013 at 7:00 — 6 Comments

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