Louise Staunton
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  • Logan, Qld
  • Australia
  • Slacks creek
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Louise Staunton's Discussions

Forum post for LFG EVENT;Garden Visit to Colins place in Logan Central

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brother Joe Apr 20, 2015. 2 Replies

Please share your feedback from your visit to Colins place, Thankyou !Continue

Can we come visit your garden please?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barbara Liskus Feb 6, 2015. 9 Replies

:-) Hi, Louise here from the Events subcommittee :-) We (LFG) would love to come and have a look at your food garden, if you will have us! (Please) Currently, there is only 1 other Garden Visit…Continue

LFG Event Forum for Garden Visit January 18 2015

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lyn Buffett Jan 21, 2015. 4 Replies

Please share your experiences and photos of todays Garden Visit to Angies place in Kingston.Thanks Angie for hosting us! Continue

LFG Event April 12 2014 Garden Visit to Spurtopia

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shanti Sharma Apr 16, 2014. 6 Replies

Please add your comments and feedback about your experience at the wonderful informative garden visit to Spurtopia today, April 12 2014.Thankyou to our hosts Roman and Jana Spur.Continue


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Slacks creek
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weve got 2 chooks, compost chook cafe, macadamia, mulberry, potatoes, broccoli, cherry tomatoes, orange, lemon, pineapple, sugar snap peas, black zucchini, rosemary, parsley, basil, stevia, raspberry, bird eye chilli, banana chilli, native ginger, mango, dragonfruit, amaranth, a frog pond with 3 known native species of frogs. we have tanks for garden water, native trees for the birds, a toddler and a dog :-) snakes too ugghhh ..
im keen to plant only edibles and natives from now on and prefer to use natural methods for disease and insect control.

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At 14:20 on November 25, 2014, Julie said…
Hi Louise just after the address for crop swap please? Info says Slacks Creek and at a quick glance I couldn't find a street address! Thx Julie
At 14:04 on October 22, 2014, Kim said…
Hey Louise!
ATM I'm growing a large variety of herbs, variety tomatoes, corn, strawberries, leek, potatoes, snow peas, beans, capsicum, purple carrots, lettuce, spinach(too much) kale, a variety of chilies, zucchini, water melon, rock melon, pumpkins, lemon, lime, orange, meandering, blueberries and banana's!! Of and plenty of flowers for the bees! ;)

How about yourself?

Thank you for the msg. :)
At 22:47 on September 17, 2014, Gabriele Duffy said…

Thanks Louise, looking forward to reading it. 

At 16:37 on May 4, 2014, Colin Westwood said…

Hi Louise, I'm back from OS but have to say I abandoned the solar trike project and ended up building a solar powered freezer project instead which by the way works very well.

At 17:01 on April 10, 2014, Mike Lacey said…

Hi Louise,

I think I have the right person??? I was talking to your husband at the crop swap about his wire pot holding frames and said I would contact you when I have some time and money to buy some off him. Could we organise a time next week so I can buy some?



At 10:57 on March 18, 2014, Norma said…

Hi Louise,

Can you please let me know what space you will need for your stall? And do you have a table to bring along?



At 16:59 on August 20, 2013, warren goodlet said…

G'day Louise, yes they were picked & put in a small room. The tree tomato died so they were too green to ripen so I searched the net for answers & got reasonable success as I said.



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