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At 5:20 on October 21, 2014, sophie bourgade said…

thank you Lissa for your message! I'll sure keep in touch. Where was Andy in france?

I want this trip to Australia to be different from a usual tourist thing, so I want to make contacts in advance so as to meet people, rather than just see the sights...

sophie

At 15:24 on July 3, 2014, Vanessa Thompson said…

Hi ya lissa, 

just wondering if we have hacker, or spammer in here... check my wall, for weird message and, then check their profile ?? http://brisbanelocalfood.ning.com/profile/Stephen 

thanks lissa 

At 22:57 on June 2, 2014, Vanessa Thompson said…

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At 13:51 on May 31, 2014, Terry Boyle said…

hi Lissa 

thank you for the welcome (last month), got hit with busy and then only got back onto the site recently.  Hope it grows and grows and grows. It's such a great site

Terry 

At 13:25 on May 26, 2014, Angelene S Leow said…

Hi Lissa

I bought a grafted finger lime tree about 8 yrs ago, which flowers every year but I have yet to see any fruit on it. Pls advise how I can correct this.

Thank you.

Angie

At 10:34 on May 9, 2014, Vanessa Thompson said…

Hi Lissa, 

thanks for the add and comment... hope everyone is well around here. 

are you admin Lissa ??? got a question for ya. 

ness

At 10:33 on April 15, 2014, Alistair Martin said…

Thanks Lisa :)

At 6:06 on April 14, 2014, Crystal said…
Thanks for your welcome Lissa! I am a newbie gardener so I have a lot to learn.
At 22:03 on January 19, 2014, Lainie P said…

Thankyou, Lissa, for the lovely welcome to your group! :)

At 6:30 on December 7, 2013, Lissa said…

Not your fault, I'm thrilled that you found him! I want moo poo!!

Perhaps he's been inundated with requests and turned off the phone...

At 13:57 on December 5, 2013, Susanne said…
I also am now left with a message that the phone is turned off or disconnected. I apologise for your frustration and disappointment. I'm removing this recommendation. If I hear from Glen I'll give him your phone number Lissa.
At 6:31 on November 18, 2013, Muriel said…

Thanks for steering me in the right direction, with the comment box.  I think I've

got it

Muriel

At 20:08 on April 3, 2013, Scarlett said…

Hey Lissa - recognise those beautiful photos of those superb vegies?

You get the gold photo medal.

thankyou, and I hope it's okay to use them to pretty up the site for Autumn

Scarlett

At 18:58 on February 5, 2013, James Rosenlund said…

Heh Lissa the cuttings you gave are growing well but still all in one pot so I,m gonna have to bite the bullet and put each one in their own pot. We are cropping the red leaf hibiscus, and the cactus was put in its own pot and is growing a new pad about 2.5 ins long. How's the sweet leaf cuttings going? Our 's are loving this hot wet climate and the dandelion as well all else is struggling especially my green choko.

At 14:24 on January 21, 2013, James Rosenlund said…

Oh by the way, really!really! sorry for the mango puree (sweet chilli sauce) scare, hope U came through unscathed.

At 14:22 on January 21, 2013, James Rosenlund said…

Yes Lissa The Juice bottles do make it hot, I'll keep them off till it gets cooler. The flower I pollinated and did not bag is not getting any bigger --- a sure sign of failure.

At 21:22 on January 19, 2013, Rob Walter said…

Yes, it was so silly, as I put all the other things in pots and then into a big box and left them with a generous amount of water in the bottom. Fortunately, I was smart enough to put one raspberry in there, so I've got something to be going on with, even if the touch-and-go ones don't survive. It hasn't been a particularly hot summer in Brisbane, but so very dry! When is it ever going to rain?

At 20:50 on January 19, 2013, Rob Walter said…

Hi Lissa,

Thanks again for the raspberries. I'm afraid I had to go away during that very hot weather last weekend and one or two might not have made it. The others are looking fine, though, and the other things you gave me look great, although I haven't planted them out yet.

At 23:08 on January 14, 2013, James Rosenlund said…

I'm trying a new invention. super glued 2 three litre juice bottles together " end to end" and cut large holes around them and then pulled a stocking over them. I placed that over the end of the new runner with a small flower, about the size of a pea. I'll see if this one grows better.

At 23:04 on January 14, 2013, James Rosenlund said…

Regards the bagging of the pumpkin flowers, I did 2 and both went yellow and didn't grow. Cut the bigger one into thin slices and not a mark anywhere. Maybe they just don't like this intense heat.

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