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Sid Saghe
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GARDEN VISIT - Gayle D's, Bridgeman Downs at Address will be sent closer event

August 11, 2019 from 10am to 12pm
SUNDAY Sunday 11th August 10.00am TO 12.00pmThe address will be sent closer the date. The address is always sent to your email you signed up with, if it is different you will need to change it in your profileGayleD will write up a description of his garden , this will be entered before the day.Children welcome but must be…See More
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Variety is the spice of life

"LOL!  I left your place with a warrigal green and arrived home with Okinawan spinach and a nasturtium! "
Jul 12
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Variety is the spice of life

"Is there any difference between pak choy and bok choy  one site says pak choy has green stems  and that bok choy gets bigger but the Pak Choi  seeds i have  grow white stems and get big  so looks to be exactly the same as…"
Jul 12
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Variety is the spice of life

"I don't have any Warrigal Greens at the moment, unfortunately it didn't take (which I was surprised at) so I'm going to try a sandier soil mix next time. I think Sambung is also called Longevity Spinach, I have two plants currently…"
Jul 12
Cathie MacLean commented on Sid Saghe's photo
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Variety is the spice of life

"Good job Sid.  All that diversity contributes to good health for you and your garden.  Love it."
Jul 12
Dave Riley commented on Sid Saghe's photo
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Variety is the spice of life

"I did give you a root of Warrigal Greens. But if the plant isn't 'green' it must be Okinawan Spinach...which I may have also passed onto you. Warrigal Greens are always green except when they fade  to a slight yellowing ( for…"
Jul 12
Andrew Cumberland commented on Sid Saghe's photo
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Variety is the spice of life

"Trouble is, you can't fit everything Dave.  Might I be so bold as to suggest - grow what does well at your place! (Just don't assume every spot in your yard is the same.)  I also realised that I need to share a photo and get you…"
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Variety is the spice of life

"What's missing is Warrigal Greens. Good year for Warrigals as these shoreline images suggest. Like Okinawan Spinach and Sambung, once you've got 'em, you'll always have em. Warrigal Greens are the closest in flavour to English…"
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Collage - Autumn/Early Winter 2019

"It looks full of life. Well done. "
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Profile Information

About me:
I only recently got into growing things in my teeny backyard, so have a lot to learn.
I am currently involved with the following community gardens and groups:
None, unfortunately I work full time so haven't found a group nearby I can devote enough time to.
I am interested in:
Growing food in my backyard and potentially keeping native bees.
I can offer (you can't offer too much or too little - we don't mind)
Community Involvement, Other, None/Unsure
What I am looking for:
Gardening Help
Location
Moreton Bay Region

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The limits of bathtub gardening?

Posted on October 22, 2018 at 15:31 7 Comments

Hey team!

As many of you may already know, I'm a big fan of planting in old bathtubs. Due to constraints at our home (size, storm drains, doggo, etc) everything I do needs to be raised. I was thinking of planting a few small trees in my tubs instead of doing large pots - are there any obvious downsides to this plan?

I'm not planning on moving them around (at least, not for quite a long time) but I'm sure I'm probably missing some problems!

As a bonus, have a new tub I…

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Good Morning!

Posted on July 13, 2018 at 9:50 3 Comments

I thought I would share a couple of photos from my fledgling garden - I'm a complete novice but have had some small successes. Growing up all of the emphasis was on learning computers and similar skills rather than the hands on side, so I really am starting from level 0 (I had no idea most plants are meant to, you know, die).

I look forward to learning as much as possible and hopefully getting along to some visits!

The photos are my first potential pumpkin baby, some flowers, a…

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At 0:12 on August 14, 2018, Rob Collings said…

Hi Sid, the BLF regulars have posted good advice as usual, however they have humbly forgotten about themselves :)

For Brisbane gardening, I would try brisbanelocalfood, just alone for the diversity of direction you gain from this 10 year + compilation of info.

I would not use ning's search engine when looking for something specific. I have found google to be a better search engine for the site... examples below...

In the google search type :

site:brisbanelocalfood.ning.com garden preparation

site:brisbanelocalfood.ning.com pepino

Even throw a few regular posters' names in, some have been posting blogs, comments, pictures and videos for years. 

site:brisbanelocalfood.ning.com Dianne

In google, change the 'All' option and to 'Images' and get BLF picture results as in the example below.

Sometimes a little more work, however the results can be diversely rich.

At 6:07 on July 10, 2018, Dianne Caswell said…

Good Morning Sid, Welcome to Brisbane Local Foods (BLF).

Here at the top of the page, you will find many GROUPS to join. One of these is the GARDEN VISITS, 2018 GARDEN VISITS CALENDAR. We have a Garden Visit on this Saturday if you would like to come along.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. If you feel you are particularly adept in a field you may like to add a new Group to our List or perhaps do a talk or demonstration at one of our GV. If a yes for the GV you might like to friend me and we can see what we can do. We are always looking for new ideas.

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 21:31 on July 9, 2018, Andrew Cumberland said…

Welcome to the site Sid. 

 
 
 

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