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Garden visit 7th March

Hi We’d love to visit Robyn’s garden but cannot get the link to work to book in. Is it just me?
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LFG Garden visit to Robyn's subtropical orchard and vegie patch at Witheren

March 7, 2021 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Join us at Robyn’s place located near the scenic town of Canungra to see an amazing collections of subtropical fruit trees, vegetables, and herbs. Robyn has several raised vegetable beds including wicking beds, with one made from a bathtub.She has an established orchard that includes jackfruit, fig, nashi pears, custard apples, persimmon, mango, and banana just to name a few.Robyn has a native beehive and several European honey beehives and chicken that freely roam her 2 ½ acre garden.Please…See More
Feb 22
Sandra Reynolds is attending Chelsi's event
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LFG Garden visit to Robyn's subtropical orchard and vegie patch at Witheren

March 7, 2021 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Join us at Robyn’s place located near the scenic town of Canungra to see an amazing collections of subtropical fruit trees, vegetables, and herbs. Robyn has several raised vegetable beds including wicking beds, with one made from a bathtub.She has an established orchard that includes jackfruit, fig, nashi pears, custard apples, persimmon, mango, and banana just to name a few.Robyn has a native beehive and several European honey beehives and chicken that freely roam her 2 ½ acre garden.Please…See More
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Chelsi posted an event
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LFG Garden visit to Robyn's subtropical orchard and vegie patch at Witheren

March 7, 2021 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Join us at Robyn’s place located near the scenic town of Canungra to see an amazing collections of subtropical fruit trees, vegetables, and herbs. Robyn has several raised vegetable beds including wicking beds, with one made from a bathtub.She has an established orchard that includes jackfruit, fig, nashi pears, custard apples, persimmon, mango, and banana just to name a few.Robyn has a native beehive and several European honey beehives and chicken that freely roam her 2 ½ acre garden.Please…See More
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Weeds, Community Gardens, Stingless bees.

Greetings. Been a while since I last appeared, but I'm still here although grounded like all of us so been busy around Logan and Brisbane.Just discovered a very interesting book, available from Logan Library in digital form, called WEEDS: The Ultimate Gardener's Guide to Organic Weed Control. By Tim Marshall. While I recognise that not all of you are 'Organic' sustainable style gardeners, this book is for everyone, being chock full of fascinating facts and information about taking control of…See More
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Garden visit 7th March

Started by Linda Simister in Chooks and other backyard creatures Feb 24. 0 Replies

Hi We’d love to visit Robyn’s garden but cannot get the link to work to book in. Is it just me?

Stingy Nettle Plant wanted

Started by Master Dj's Events in Chooks and other backyard creatures May 1, 2020. 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, 2020. 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

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Weeds, Community Gardens, Stingless bees.

Posted by Colin Westwood on January 31, 2021 at 12:58 1 Comment

Greetings. Been a while since I last appeared, but I'm still here although grounded like all of us so been busy around Logan and Brisbane.

Just discovered a very interesting book, available from Logan Library in digital form, called WEEDS: The Ultimate Gardener's Guide to Organic Weed Control. By Tim Marshall. While I recognise that not all of you are 'Organic' sustainable style gardeners, this book is for everyone, being chock full of fascinating facts and information about taking…

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Community Healing and Building Social Capital for Change using Gardening

Posted by Roo Friend on November 8, 2020 at 12:30 0 Comments

Hi

I'm a Horticultural Therapist and I've noticed there are lots of people in the Logan Shire who are disadvantaged and marginalized. This has manifested in disability, especially depression, anxiety and the panoply of other mental problems than can be mediated by horticultural activity, especially in groups that cooperate.

My question is: What organizations in Logan are catering for the above problems, including disaffected youth, using horticulture? What is the potential for…

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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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