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LFG Event: David's subtropical garden and food forest at Boronia Heights

November 8, 2020 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
To attend this event tickets must be purchased through Eventbrite at the following link https://www.eventbrite.com.au/.../davids-subtropical...Join us at David’s productive subtropical oasis. He has over 150 fruit and nut trees and a hundred plus vegetables. See rare and unusual…See More
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Denise updated their profile
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Barbara Liskus might attend Chelsi's event
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LFG Event: Devasia's subtropical garden and food forest Date TBC at Boronia Heights

November 8, 2020 from 9am to 12pm
To attend this event tickets must be purchased through Eventbrite at the following link https://www.eventbrite.com.au/.../davids-subtropical...Join us at David’s productive subtropical oasis. He has over 150 fruit and nut trees and a hundred plus vegetables. See rare and unusual…See More
Oct 19
Barbara Liskus liked Chelsi's event LFG Event: Devasia's subtropical garden and food forest Date TBC
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LFG Garden Visit to Doreen and Jamies at Jimboomba

October 11, 2020 from 9am to 12pm
Doreen and Jamie purchased a 5 acre property in Jimboomba 3 years ago. They are implementing their permaculture design and aiming to be off grid and more self sufficient.You will see different perennial growing systems. Water harvesting earthworks, a grey water garden and wicking beds. Hot and cold smokers are on display and a life demonstration of the Smokehouse. A home butchering set up can be viewed as well.On the property are several European honey bee hives and native bees. Bloomfield's…See More
Sep 27
Lynette Stenhouse is now a member of Logan Food Gardeners
Sep 4
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CANCELLED LFG Garden Visit to Doug’s productive food garden at Camira

September 6, 2020 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Join us at Doug’s place to see what he has achieved in just five years with a bit of blood, sweat and tears. See an amazing collections of subtropical fruit trees, vegetables and herbs. Doug grows wormwood and tansy as a natural method for worming his chickens and he also has quails.He has jack fruit, jaboticaba, logan berries, young berries, soursop and mango planted and that is just in his driveway.Doug can prove that you do not need a lot of space to grow food and has produced 22kg of sweet…See More
Aug 27
Mark Aziz posted a status
"Rosie will attend too"
Aug 24
Mark Aziz is attending Chelsi's event
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LFG Event: Devasia's subtropical garden and food forest Date TBC at Boronia Heights

November 8, 2020 from 9am to 12pm
To attend this event tickets must be purchased through Eventbrite at the following link https://www.eventbrite.com.au/.../davids-subtropical...Join us at David’s productive subtropical oasis. He has over 150 fruit and nut trees and a hundred plus vegetables. See rare and unusual…See More
Aug 24
Chelsi posted an event
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LFG Garden Visit to Doug’s productive food garden at Camira

September 6, 2020 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Join us at Doug’s place to see what he has achieved in just five years with a bit of blood, sweat and tears. See an amazing collections of subtropical fruit trees, vegetables and herbs. Doug grows wormwood and tansy as a natural method for worming his chickens and he also has quails.He has jack fruit, jaboticaba, logan berries, young berries, soursop and mango planted and that is just in his driveway.Doug can prove that you do not need a lot of space to grow food and has produced 22kg of sweet…See More
Aug 12
Raymond Hughes is attending Catherine Allinson's event
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LFG Garden Visit to Doreen and Jamies at Jimboomba

October 11, 2020 from 9am to 12pm
Doreen and Jamie purchased a 5 acre property in Jimboomba 3 years ago. They are implementing their permaculture design and aiming to be off grid and more self sufficient.You will see different perennial growing systems. Water harvesting earthworks, a grey water garden and wicking beds. Hot and cold smokers are on display and a life demonstration of the Smokehouse. A home butchering set up can be viewed as well.On the property are several European honey bee hives and native bees. Bloomfield's…See More
Aug 10
Chelsi commented on Chelsi's event 'LFG Birthday Party @ LFG President, Lyn Buffett's place'
"Thanks Trish, I look forward to seeing you at Lyn’s today."
Aug 9
Trish Cavanagh commented on Chelsi's event 'LFG Birthday Party @ LFG President, Lyn Buffett's place'
"Hi Chelsi, I booked 2 tickets on the eventbrite site but my friend is not able to come now. I didn't know we needed to book on this site as well but have done so now. Wendy is also coming. Trish Cavanagh"
Aug 8
Trish Cavanagh is attending Chelsi's event
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LFG Birthday Party @ LFG President, Lyn Buffett's place at Tanah Merah

August 9, 2020 from 1:30pm to 4:30pm
Lyn is living the dream (well her dream anyway): family, friends and a productive 1/2 acre block.  Come and see for yourself what 20 years of pottering around in a backyard can do. From its humble beginnings in 2000 the property has been transformed into an abundant food garden teaming with life.  The original soil was hard, rocky and dry.  Every year has seen the soil grow richer and the plants grow better.  In the last few years she has increased the quantity of compost used and the amount of…See More
Aug 8

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Stingy Nettle Plant wanted

Started by Master Dj's Events in Chooks and other backyard creatures May 1. 0 Replies

Hi All,We live in Redbank Plains and love gardening.For a medical treatment, we need to get Stingy Nettle plant (common nettle).Is there anyone who's got it and happy to either swap it for other…Continue

Tags: Nettle, Stingy

Hey Guys, excess free green manure

Started by Jono in Chooks and other backyard creatures. Last reply by Lyn Buffett Jan 31. 2 Replies

Hey,Firstly, 100% thanks for letting me join the group.Basically, I have singled out about a 5m x 5m garden with bird netting for a starter garden. I have about a 11 x 1m additional garden I am…Continue

WTB Worms

Started by Sarah Goodenough-Wheatley in Chooks and other backyard creatures Feb 3, 2019. 0 Replies

Looking to start worm farm again - killed my old lot from neglect but have started getting back into garden and doing a homeschool unit with my boys on sustainable living so if anyone has any I would…Continue

Black Sapote

Started by PHIL GRIFFITH-LEAKE in Buy, Sell, Swap or Give Away. Last reply by Kelly Medhurst Sep 27, 2018. 3 Replies

Does anyone have either seeds or plants to swap or give away please. I am in LoganholmePhilContinue

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Good News

Posted by Colin Westwood on May 19, 2020 at 14:55 1 Comment

Is that this pandemic has given us a bit more time before a Climate Catastrophe takes a firm grip.

https://www.echo.net.au/2020/05/planet-watch-the-great-global-experiment/

Also it's great for my tropicals here in Logan with my coconut palms putting out new growth this late in the season.

A huge new bunch of bananas opening up also and a huge Jakfruit crop is setting…

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Brunch today

Posted by Dalo on May 2, 2020 at 20:18 0 Comments

Today I had lunch from stuff in the fridge and lots from the garden. That green salad is at least 10 different plants and herbs with saurkraut, pickled ginger, pickled chillies and my tomato sauce. Loads of goodness. its what its all about.…

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Home alone.

Posted by Colin Westwood on April 26, 2020 at 15:34 0 Comments

https://www.permaculturenews.org/2020/04/23/overpopulation-natures-revenge-pandemic/

Good advice to be found in this permaculture rave.

Been home alone now since mid March and unlike many, really loving it! With no distractions, or the annoying little bad habits of a partner/housemate/relative to endure, it's been down to business here.

Have built 10 new stingless OATH bee…

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Tomatoes in Compost

Posted by Dalo on April 13, 2020 at 18:00 1 Comment

Grab some posts or pieces of bamboo and ram them into the ground for a trellis. I grow black bamboo in the front yard for this very purpose. Now drop a big mound of compost around the trellis and plant your tomatoes. Use some twine as they get older to tie them to the trellis. 

Plenty of water and sunshine and watch them grow!…

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