Andrew Cumberland replied to Valerie's discussion Edible exchange and Harvest Exchange
"Great post Valerie.  I bumbed into this myself.  Highly recommend the Edible Exchange and Harvest Exchange to all our members. "
Nov 27
Valerie posted a discussion
This is the story of Kate Irwin who started the edible exchange in Eatons Hill. There are other exchange in Samford, Dayboro, The Gap, Ferny Hills (Home Hills Harvest). These are nice communities to share with. Most of them run in Facebook groups.
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Nov 27
Valerie commented on Roger Clark’s status
"Oh new adventure? That's good to read :) No more horrible dry soil for you?
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Sep 2
Valerie posted a photo
Jul 12
Valerie commented on Andrew Cumberland's video
"Fabulous!
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Jun 25
Valerie is going to The first ever Brisbane Local Food redirection meeting
Jun 25
Andrew Cumberland replied to Valerie's discussion Cranberry Hibiscus
"I meant to thank you for posting this Valerie. "
Jun 9
Corinne Parnell commented on Valerie's event Lindmar Open Garden & Plant Lovers Fair 2022
"I was on their web site and I see this years open garden has been cancelled.
 
 
Unfortunately, due to the recent wet weather and further predicted rain in the coming months, we have decided not to proceed with our Open Garden and Plant Fair this…"
Jun 7
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Winter at The Gap


 

When I got back from Europe, I could not take the pumpkin forest anymore. It had to go. I had spread some seeds among it hoping something else got to grow in my absence. Some sweet peas…

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Autumn in the school garden


With the recent rain, the veggies gardens are really coming to life this year with promising growth and some produce already being harvested.

In the tuckshop area, we planted some lettuces, which are already being used for tuckshop. Some…

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School garden


Well, it has been a hot and dry summer. The garden beds were really dry but quite a few things survived. Luckily for us, the rain arrived right on cue. A little drizzle here,…

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  • Thanks for the warm welcome.

  • .... and drop off worm farms to you! [sorry i left that out of my above comment]

  • ok LoL the garden visit is not until June, thats too far into time for me to know what im doing around than heehee.... but im driving into the city for rural discovery day {kids school trip} on the 22nd of May and if you are available, i can pick up before or after we have finished in there ??? 

  • HI Valerie, 

    Im not sure about the next garden visit.... BRB ill just check when it is.... but id love to do a swap with you. {ps: these two farms do not have legs, i had them on bricks} 

  • Thanks very much for the lovely afternoon Valerie-Ann.

    If you could bring plate to the Christmas garden visit that would be great.

    Also please thank Rhys for the hose which will come in very useful

    Muriel  

  • H Valerie jerusalum artichokes would still be growing and not ready for harvest yet and it may be hard at the moment to find   any rhisomes. to grow You may have to wait a while winter perhaps .One place worth a try is Kenmore village in the fruit shop although they may be in the same predicament..Good luck

  • Welcome to the Garden Visit group Valerie-Anne.

    Keep an eye on the Calendar within the group to see where visits are planned for the year. I also list them in Events as some require RSVP.

    Addresses for the visits are sent out the week before via email to your actual email account (whatever you have provided to the BLF site) - they don't turn up in your Private Messages.

    Let me know if you have any problems. I'm happy to help :)

  • welcome Valerie- Anne :)

    Scarlett

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