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At 20:14 on June 19, 2018, Micheline Haddad said…

Thank you Dianne!

At 22:08 on June 2, 2018, lynda shale said…

Thanks Dianne for your warm welcome into BLF's informative community...looking forward to exploring the site and hopefully being able to contribute in some way in the future :)

At 11:26 on May 1, 2018, Rachel Bekessy said…

Hi Dianne, Thanks for that lovely welcome email. I am just about drooling over your photos -  your garden and kitchen are amazing! I can't decide whether to explore BLF's pages more, or rush out into the garden and plant coriander and nasturtiums right now!

At 10:45 on April 29, 2018, Karon Swift said…

Good morning Dianne, thank you for the warm welcome. I look forward to getting to know everyone

At 20:25 on April 8, 2018, Andrew Cumberland said…

It's WONDERFUL to have you back Dianne!  You have been greatly missed. 

At 10:44 on April 8, 2018, Anne Clancy said…

Thanks Dianne,

Looking forward to learing and have joined some other groups associated with the page. Just got to get used to the internet group as i have gotten used to seeing everything on facebook these days.

Looking forward to picking up knowlage from those in the know.

Regards Anne

At 6:50 on January 23, 2018, Adam Baker said…

Hi Dianne,

Thanks for the friend request! Re hosting a garden visit in September, a bit of info about our place... it is a duplex on a battle-axe block, so parking is on the street- however there is plenty of room. Then if everyone can just walk up the driveway and to the duplex on the right hand side. It is all flat ground, easy to get around and kid- friendly. Ourr little girl, Sophie, will be 2 by September)

We rent and everything we have in the garden is designed to be able to pack up and take with us to the next place. Having only been in Brisbane for 6 months I am still getting things going again, but hopefully by September there will be a bit more to see!

It is a very small block, but I aim to utilise as much space as possible. I have edibles in pots, some hydroponics and (hopefully by september) at least have made a start on the aquaponics. Also worms and native bees. The bees will be due for a split soon- perhaps we can do that at the Garden visit?

Hope this helps, let me know if you need more info. Cheers!

At 14:01 on November 19, 2017, Jacqui Honeywood said…

Thanks for the BLF friend request Diane :-)

At 21:43 on November 4, 2017, Jacqui Honeywood said…

G'day Dianne, thanks very much for your warm welcome. I have to be honest that it's my hubby Clay who is the green thumb in our family, I just tell him what I want planted and then enjoy the fruits of his labours (literally, haha). Lovely to meet other native bee enthusiasts here too. The GVs sound really lovely; Clay and I would love the opportunity to come along and learn from others and see the variety of gardens around Brissy. We might even be brave enough to share ours sometime in the future too. Thanks also for your tips for the website, I'll spend a bit of time and get to know my way around. Looks like there's lots of 'our kinda people' here :-). 

At 20:28 on October 19, 2017, Daniel Kemp said…

Thanks Dianne.  I am working my way around the site before going back to work.

At 21:27 on October 16, 2017, Matthew Bushnell said…
Thanks Dianne. I was a member of BLF previously but wasn't very active. I went to sign in tonight to discover my email address wasnt recognized.
I'm hoping to be a bit now activein the near future.
At 7:29 on October 11, 2017, Clive Buckingham said…

Hi Dianne, Thanks for the welcome. We are a 3 generation family and bought the property with our daughter, son-in-law and baby. It was established with the fruit trees and we are now trying to learn how to care for them and grow as much of our own food as possible. I have almost completed the chook shed so chooks will be arriving soon. I have also started building some wicking beds.

We will be joining some of the groups and the Garden Visits looks very inviting. Hopefully we will have something to share.

Cheers Clive

At 8:59 on September 5, 2017, Chris Denaro said…

Thanks for the welcome Diane. The site looks great, looking forward to delving deeper and getting involved! :)

At 13:45 on August 25, 2017, Adrian Kilsby said…

Thank You Dianne ,

It will be early next year before we settle into our new house but it be good to out of this two bedroom flat .Can't wait to start growing a few herbs and conducting my experiments even if a lot of them are failures . Ah!! such is life.

At 14:30 on August 24, 2017, Tracy Comans said…

Thanks Diane, I look forward to learning more about the groups (and hopefully some possum deterrence tips). Tracy

At 13:24 on August 24, 2017, Andrew Gaydon said…

Thanks for the warm welcome.

At 21:53 on August 23, 2017, Kellie Williams said…

and I'm not sure what you mean by 'pea leaf avatar'

At 21:51 on August 23, 2017, Kellie Williams said…

Thanks for the welcome Dianne :-)

At 2:52 on August 19, 2017, David Richardson said…

Thanks Dianne I look forward to meeting you.

At 13:52 on July 21, 2017, Jay Hardy said…

Thanks Dianne :) 

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