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"yes moringa and chokos are much maligned yet versatile and useful vegetables - also…"

Mary-Ann Baker replied Apr 18 to Moringa (Malunggay)

17 Apr 28
Reply by Sophie

"Saturday is a toss up of three garden meetings - we thought of spreading ourselves 2…"

Mary-Ann Baker replied Apr 14 to The "wish list" thread. What you'd like:

25 Apr 23
Reply by Sophie

"one for me too please - have heaps of citronella geranium if anyone wants it "

Mary-Ann Baker replied Apr 13 to The "wish list" thread. What you'd like:

25 Apr 23
Reply by Sophie

"mostly sort of anti wish list - have small broad leafed papaya seedlings - a just ab…"

Mary-Ann Baker replied Apr 13 to The "wish list" thread. What you'd like:

25 Apr 23
Reply by Sophie

"our garlic has been in for a while and beautiful green shoots are appearing... got n…"

Mary-Ann Baker replied Apr 11 to Have you planted your garlic yet?

7 Apr 11
Reply by Mary-Ann Baker

"wow cant wait to see the photos - sounds wonderful !"

Mary-Ann Baker replied Dec 7, 2018 to seasons greetings

3 Dec 8, 2018
Reply by Andrew Cumberland

"for some reason ferns and i dont go well together - even manage to kill the fish tai…"

Mary-Ann Baker replied Oct 6, 2018 to Wanted new and out of the ordinary ferns and Accent Plants

5 Oct 6, 2018
Reply by Susan

"saw some of those pears in COSTCO yesterday but resisted the tempation - went to Nar…"

Mary-Ann Baker replied Aug 20, 2018 to nashi

7 Aug 20, 2018
Reply by Mary-Ann Baker

"I got two sunshu for my birthday - they are doing very well in the chook run of cour…"

Mary-Ann Baker replied Aug 19, 2018 to nashi

7 Aug 20, 2018
Reply by Mary-Ann Baker

"thats interesting Valerie I too have given up on Green harvest could not recommend t…"

Mary-Ann Baker replied Jun 1, 2018 to Seed Suppliers

5 Jun 1, 2018
Reply by Dave Riley

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GrowVetiver

Vetiver grass helps to stabilise soil and protects it against erosion.  It can protect against pests and weeds. Vetiver is also used as animal feed. (Wiki.)

GrowVetiver is a plant nursery run by Dave & Keir Riley that harvests and grows Vetiver grass for local community applications and use. It is based in Beachmere, just north of Brisbane, Australia.


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