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At 20:20 on March 21, 2017, Melissa said…

Hello Dianne, thanks so much for your welcome.  I would love to visit gardens, and will sign up for the Turners Garden visit on March 25. I am really keen to look around the site and I really do enjoy the idea of connecting with like minded folk!

Melissa

At 17:52 on March 9, 2017, Rosalie Manning said…

Hello Dianne :)

Thank you ever so much for your warm welcome. My apologies for the late reply, i have been busy working. Thank you for the local info, I shall definitely keep my eye out on whats happening and where. I would love to go to the garden visits as I'm eager to learn :) I have just noticed some of my seedling starting to sprout which I'm so thrilled about. I'm heading to purchase some more tomorrow. :) Looking forward to a thriving Veggie garden. 

At 19:47 on February 28, 2017, Julie Migliorisi said…

Hi Dianne, Thanks for your email and welcome.  Until last year I was receiving the groups emails and loved reading about the garden visits which always seemed to take place at a time I had to work!  Now I am working less, I am keen to get to know you and some of your lovely members who I am sure agree, there is nothing like getting your hands in the dirt!  Will hopefully meet you this Sunday. 

At 17:44 on February 8, 2017, Sarita Kissun said…

Dianne G'day! Good to hear from you. Thanks for the comments. When I get my head around the Brisbane Local Food I will talk to you. Thanks for the welcome Sarita

At 22:24 on February 4, 2017, Cecilia Nunez said…

Thanks for your welcome.  I'll look at the different groups soon.  

At 16:18 on January 10, 2017, Meegan Hardaker said…

Hi Dianne, 

Thanks so much for welcoming me to this great site. I look forward to exploring it and visiting some gardens!

Warm regards

Meegan

At 14:42 on January 8, 2017, Chris Kridakorn-Odbratt said…

Hi Dianne,

Thank You very much for your warm welcome. I think when I move back to Thailand, (from a Jungle in Laos), I will start a small Permie farm, hopefully this year... up North, in TH. The climate there is probably similar to QL. Then I will certainly be much more active on the net...

Til then...Warmest Regards,

Cheers Chris @ banpako.com

At 21:11 on January 3, 2017, DARREN JAMES said…

Hello Auntie Dianne we are looking forward to laying eggs for you when we are much bigger .The eggman says you must get out that hospital soon.  lol regards DARREN &BEB

At 8:32 on December 30, 2016, Prem Akhil said…

Hi Dianne. I wonder if you have or know someone who has the aloe arborescens plant? I would love to get a few cuttings. It has beautiful red flowers that attract honesuckle birds.

At 18:03 on December 16, 2016, Rhondda Pearson said…
Thanks Dianne for your warm welcome and helpful tips.
At 0:32 on November 30, 2016, Ayton Farm said…

Thanks very much Dianne, we are in Brisbane quite regularly so thanks for that info

At 14:55 on November 24, 2016, Joe Wang said…

Thanks Dianne, I have joined the GARDEN VISITS group and am looking forward to meeting you and other members. I am sure I will a lot from Brisbane Local Food. Cheers, Joe

At 9:19 on November 22, 2016, Caroline said…
Thank you Dianne I look forward to getting involved:)
At 17:19 on November 18, 2016, Simon Calcinai said…

Hi Dianne. Thanks for the welcome. I look forward to exploring the site over the coming months. 

At 14:02 on November 12, 2016, Kate Wall said…

Many thanks Dianne! still finding my way on this site but looking forward to being part of it!

At 16:01 on November 4, 2016, Christine Haydock said…

Ha Ha I worked out how to do it!

At 20:36 on October 28, 2016, Karen said…

Thank you Dianne. Looking forward to learning lots of new stuff.

At 20:32 on October 27, 2016, russell john poor said…

Hi Dianne

Thank you for the welcome, I'm going to take a look around the site I'm sure there will be lots of good advice and info to see.

At 22:16 on October 23, 2016, Brendan Pepe said…
Hi Diane, thanks for the great welcome! Can't wait to see what's on offer here, so much to learn will be sure to check it all out, thanks
At 10:04 on October 9, 2016, Lorraine said…

Thank you  Dianne.  I was a member from about 2011.  Just resigned up.

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