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Becky replied to Christa's discussion Something Hubbie hasn't done for over 55 years.
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Dianne Caswell replied to Andrew Cumberland's discussion Barb and Warren's garden visit 16 January 2022 in Garden Visits
"Thanks so much Barb & Warren for such a wonderful Garden Visit, looks like Graham may join the…"
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Andrew Cumberland posted a discussion in BLF Futures
I was having trouble finding all my blog posts - just mine, not everyone's.  Susan mentioned it at…
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Andrew Cumberland posted a discussion in Garden Visits
We had a small but quite delightful garden visit today.  The good news was that we could fairly…
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I've been pulling this wandering dew out for 10 years. I believe it may in fact be edible scurvy…
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  • Andrew Cumberland Damn it! Dave I was using my phone and accidentally deleted your reply. Sorry mate. I didn't even‚Ķ
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  • Barbara Tealby This is the commelina cyanea that Dave rhapsodises about, Andy.
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Has anyone eaten pigeon pea sprouts? They're supposed to be nutritious, and to my mind would be a…
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  • Andrew Cumberland Barb. Commonly eaten as sprouts in India. Apparently better sproutsed because it reduces certain‚Ķ
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  • Andrew Cumberland oh, and Barb... try this...¬†Pigeon Pea dahl
     
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  • Andrew Cumberland No but well worth a thought.¬†¬†
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Christa replied to Christa's discussion Living on a 1/8th acre site that receives 11 inches of rain per year.
"That temperature difference on the side of the road is really shocking.  I am so glad we have a…"
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Dave Riley replied to Christa's discussion Living on a 1/8th acre site that receives 11 inches of rain per year.
"Here's another stand-out image. The power of mulch, in this case, cut Vetiver. Moisture and soil…"
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Dianne Caswell is going to GARDEN VISIT - Sun 16th January 2022 - Barb's First Garden Visit - McDowall
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Dave Riley replied to Christa's discussion Living on a 1/8th acre site that receives 11 inches of rain per year.
" Yes Brad Lancaster is so relevant to Australia.The videos are useful, but to get to the nitty…"
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Andrew Cumberland replied to Scarlett's discussion Turmeric, ginger and galangal leaves: patholi and more
"I crash tested this tonight.  The turmeric works great as a wrap but it's too thick for me to find…"
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Barbara Tealby replied to Christa's discussion Living on a 1/8th acre site that receives 11 inches of rain per year.
"Very inspirational, but I'm not too sure about those showers!"
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Using Vetiver in the Kitchen Garden

Here's a look-see of how my renovated kitchen garden has come together. The core layout plan rests on planted Vetiver clumps rather than hedges, with all vegetable plantings within a 1.5 metre zone around each clump. No beds. No paths. Just…

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Chickens

I have been wanting to keep a few chickens in the garden, the boss won't agree so I went out a bought a couple anyway, they have settled in really well , pic attached

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A network for those who grow, buy, make, sell and share local food. Because these things are improbably, yet reverberatingly important.

 

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Welcome to Brisbane Local Food (BLF)!

This site was created by Scarlett Patrick in 2008 to build capacity in the Brisbane  community for growing, buying, and living sustainably. BLF is now an important hub to promote, discuss, share and learn about local food growing, production, gardens, services and activities happening in our part of the world.

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