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Easy to Grow Abundant subtropical Food Plants

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lee May 24. 2 Replies

 VegetablesCherry tomatoes (red and yellow)– grow like weeds and productive all through the year.Jap/Kent pumpkins – need a sunny space to climb and sprawl – grow all yearChoko (green and white)–…Continue

Jan 2013 Garden Visit to Brandon O'Neill's garden

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brandon O'neill Jan 18, 2013. 8 Replies

We would love it if you could write an account of what you saw and learnt, at the visit, for those who couldn't make it.Please add your comments in the comments boxes below.  eel free to add photos…Continue

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So what is Local Food?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vanessa Dec 24, 2012. 1 Reply

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September 2012 Garden Visit, LFG Birthday and Sustainable House Day

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dale Oct 30, 2012. 10 Replies

Please make comments regarding the September Garden Visit below.  Add photos to your comments too if you want.I really enjoyed the afternoon yesterday sharing the garden that I love with people who…Continue

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Easy to Grow Abundant subtropical Food Plants

 VegetablesCherry tomatoes (red and yellow)– grow like weeds and productive all through the year.Jap/Kent pumpkins – need a sunny space to climb and sprawl – grow all yearChoko (green and white)– need a strong fence to grow up. Eat fruit and branch tips.African horned cucumberGympie Gold/ Russian Giant cucumberEggplant - choose the skinny fruit varieties like LebaneseKadu – (Round New Guinea bean) GreensSalad mallow - hardy loves the heat, great spinach substituteNon-hearting lettuce – grow in…See More
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LFG Event: Healthy fruit tree workshop/ information session with George Allen at Jimboomba

June 10, 2018 from 1:30pm to 3:30pm
We are very lucky to have George Allen, past president of the Subtropical Fruit Club joining us for the afternoon. He will be conducting a fruit tree workshop at Karen & Stephens permaculture garden.Karen and Stephen live on a 1 and 1/4 acre block in Jimboomba. Despite an abundance of fruit trees, they are not enjoying an abundance of fruit and they would like to understand why. They are growing (or not growing!!) Lemons, Limes, Oranges, Mandarins, FingerLimes, Grapes, Passionfruit, Dragon…See More
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June Garden Visit - Ironbark Grange

Posted on June 17, 2012 at 14:00 1 Comment

Our June garden visit was held at Peter and Ann's place on the north west side of Tamborine mountain.  The property has been designed and established using permaculture and sustainable principles.  It is a steep property with the house located nearer the top and accessed via a long winding driveway from the road below.  The property has:

  • an extensive orchard of conventional and unusual fruit trees
  • a huge area of raised vegie garden beds, 
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At 1:20 on September 10, 2012, Liz Woods said…

Hi Lyn, that's fine. I didn't remember all the finer points and I can't remember how to build an album, but at least there's a record.

 
 
 

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