The reporter Newspaper reporter has asked me the following questions:When did your group start? - I have answered this belowWho is involved and how many members do you have? - I have answered the…Continue
Which would you rather eat, a caterpillar on your lettuce or pesticides? I would assume that your answer would probably based on dose (how much pesticide or how big is the caterpillar). The thought…Continue
We are looking to get some hats embroidered with Logan Food Gardeners on the front. I would like to gauge the interest from members on this.The hats are very nice brushed cotton caps. Everyone I…Continue
NEWSFLASH- I have just been advised that I have WON a Logan Eco Action Award (community category) for creating and successfully running Logan Food Gardeners. Wooohooo! Thanks so much Janine for…Continue
I love experimenting in the garden. I was thinking recently that there must be a better way to grow sweet potato than in the ground. I wondered if sweet potato could be layered like potatoes can, so this is what I have come up with.
My sweet potato tower.
I started with 4 stakes and some chicken wire. (ignore the green bits they are weeds)…Continue
I am very proud to share with you what I harvested from my garden today. I hadn't intentionally tried to do a big harvest, but I kept finding more things that were ready to eat, so up they came.
Spring in my garden has been magnificent. I have never produced so much and such a great variety ever before. I feel like I have finally got it...this food gardening thing :)
With the onset of warmer weather the bok choi and lettuce have gone to seed and the snow peas are looking a bit hot and bothered. On the up side the cherry tomatoes (big and small) and tomatoes are still going well and the eggplants are…Continue