Hear Ye! Hear Ye!Join the fun at the LFG Christmas Party!Mary is hosting this year’s December Christmas Party detailsPlease bring a plate of food to share for brunch, which represents your cultural background or something unusual or interesting perhaps from your garden. Mini talk and demo on drying food - by Lyn Buffett and supported by Liz WoodsVenue: This is an outdoor, undercover event, using an existing open shed on the property What to bring: Please bring a chair / picnic blanket,…See More
Greg has opened his property to us and I think we are in for a treat. He has been working tirelessly on his garden for the last year.Greg is fairly new to gardening and would like you to suggest how he can make his garden better, etc so great ideas are welcome too...As an added bonus Frank will be giving a 20 minute presentation on Organic Medical Cannabis, and how you can find out more by joining the…See More
Fairly new to gardening, but am enjoying the hobby. I'm mainly interested in growing vegetables to eat - with some success - and have also managed to keep alive a few bromiliads, callistemons and lilliepillies. I have some bio-char to experiment with but haven't yet decided on the experiment. I'd like to grow potatoes and strawberries (my attempts thus far have not been successful) if anyone has tips or tricks.
Comment Wall (3 comments)
You need to be a member of Logan Food Gardeners to add comments!
Hi, thank you for your kind welcome. I'm in Waterford west. I only have a small garden but am very keen to learn about what grows well in this area and tips and tricks for better quality and yields. But mainly to meet more like minded people and gain new friends as we only recently moved here from NSW.