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LIMES! Wondering if anyone is interested in a produce swap. I have more limes than I can freeze, pickle, bake or drink. Happy to exchange with any veges! I'm at Carina.
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Wendy :- I have heaps of chokos, or a bottle of mulberry jam ( Low Sugar ), or semi-dried mango (frozen). I, have a potted Tahitian Lime, and like Andrew it just does not do well, unlike my Washington Navel which is in the ground. I would like to get some West Indian lime seeds, boy they are as tough as old boots.
Wendy - any chance of you coming to Susanne's GV at Brighton on 23rd April? There'd be a number of us there who would welcome some Limes.
I have a hand of about 16 banana's if you'd be happy to exchange?? They are goldfinger banana's and quite large. I could come on the weekend.
We use cut pieces of Limes and Lemons on the window sills and our desks in the office to deter those tiny winny Ants that bite, it works.
You can always use the lime juice to deter some pests in your garden by mixing it with water according to THIS site.
Oh darn and I'm on the other side of town :-(.
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