Marilyn Carey
  • Female
  • Qld
  • Australia
  • Shailer Park
Share on Facebook
Share
 

Marilyn Carey's Page

Latest Activity

Marilyn Carey is attending Catherine Allinson's event
Thumbnail

LFG Event: Christmas Brunch / Secret Santa at Logan Reserve

December 2, 2018 from 8am to 11:30am
Please bring along a plate of food to share. There will also be a secret santa/raffle table.  This has become a bit of a Christmas tradition. Everyone who brings along a gift to contribute to this table will go home with something new for themselves.  Please don't wrap the gifts, as people choose from the table what they want. In previous years people have brought along unusual plants, cookbooks, tools, really anything you think a fellow gardener may be interested in. Hope to see you there.See More
Dec 1
Marilyn Carey commented on Catherine Allinson's event 'LFG Event: Crop Swap, Mini Working Bee and Herbal Medicine Talk'
"Sorry, school holidays so I can’t come. "
Oct 3
Marilyn Carey is attending Catherine Allinson's event
Thumbnail

Garden Visit and Talk on Hugelkultur Beds at Sheldon

November 4, 2018 from 9am to 11am
David and Catherine live on a beautiful 2.5 acres in Sheldon. Their land is mostly compacted clay, so they have had to find alternative methods to grow their veggies. They have used techniques such as hugelkultur, raised wicking beds and layered beds.  They are growing lots of different types of veggies.....sprouts, broccoli, pumpkins, strawberries, cabbage, tomatoes, peanuts, yams, garlic, melons, gourd and more.David will give a talk (with video presentation) about exactly he set up the…See More
Oct 3
Marilyn Carey is attending Catherine Allinson's event

LFG Event: Annual Birthday Party and garden visit at Tanah Merah

August 5, 2018 from 1pm to 3pm
You will know if you have seen Lyn's place before, that it is really impressive and worth seeing.  Amazingly it seems to get better every year, so it is worth coming even if you have seen it before. Here is what she has to say about it:I love my garden so much.  I love the food I harvest and feed to my family and give to my friends. I love that I can create something of value for little or no money.  I love that my garden and my produce inspires other people to grow themselves.  I love that my…See More
Jul 30
Marilyn Carey commented on Catherine Allinson's event 'LFG Event: Gardening for Lazy Slobs'
"For anyone attending on Sunday, due to the possibility of rain, we’ll be having the talk on the covered deck. I already have nearly 40 chairs out there already so no need to bring folding ones this time.  See you then marilyn"
Jun 29
Marilyn Carey commented on Catherine Allinson's event 'LFG Event: Gardening for Lazy Slobs'
"Vivi I have loads growing here so you can help yourself when you arrive.  Marilyn"
Jun 29
Marilyn Carey is attending Catherine Allinson's event

LFG Event: Gardening for Lazy Slobs at Shaker Park

July 1, 2018 from 9am to 11am
Marylin is welcoming us to her garden in July.  She lives on a battlexe or easement block so she doesn't have a front yard and can use her full quarter acre for foraging.  From Marylin"I’m not passionate about any particular style of gardening but have leaned heavily towards practical permaculture since reading Bill Mollison's first book in the 1970s. The garden is roughly divided into two zones, orchard and veggies, but my only livestock is a top bar beehive and a collection of visiting wild…See More
Jun 29
Marilyn Carey is attending Lyn Buffett's event

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
Jun 5
Marilyn Carey replied to Logan Food Gardeners's discussion Easy to Grow Abundant subtropical Food Plants
"I’d add radish, great fast return to use in salads or sliced with salt and fresh bread in a sandwich. "
May 22
Marilyn Carey liked Logan Food Gardeners's discussion Easy to Grow Abundant subtropical Food Plants
May 22
Marilyn Carey commented on Lyn Buffett's event 'LFG Stall at the Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF)'
"Not sure if this is where you want this but this is basically what I put down on lyn’s survey. Not very fit, but hope i can can help somewhere.  Sorry about taking so long to reply, only just got the next months program sorted. Taken a…"
Apr 27
Marilyn Carey is attending Lyn Buffett's event
Thumbnail

LFG Stall at the Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) at Griffith uni Meadowbrook

May 27, 2018 from 10am to 3pm
Come and help out at our stall atLEAF. Please comment below if you would like to man an information station (on a food gardening topic of your choice) or if you can give a short talk on topic of your choice.LEAF is a fun and inspiring community festival that generates awareness about the issues our environment faces and practical ways to address them.LEAF offers attendees access to a wide range of eco businesses, demonstrations, workshops, children’s activities and live music. This interactive…See More
Apr 27
Marilyn Carey is attending Lyn Buffett's event
Thumbnail

LFG Event: Garden visit Ben and Jana's productive garden at Woodridge

April 15, 2018 from 1pm to 3pm
YOU are in for a treat this month with a visit to Ben and Jana's productive garden in Woodridge.  The garden is full of food and brimming with vitality, even in the middle of a heatwave (that's when I saw it).Ben & Jana Meldt are trained Community Health Educators with over 7 years experience sharing their passion for natural health and living.They teach practical workshops on the topics of:'Natural Remedies in the Home','God's Green Farmacy' - using common and wild herbs as food and…See More
Apr 10
Marilyn Carey is attending Mary Perryn's event
Thumbnail

Logan Food Gardeners Inc Annual General Meeting at Logan Hyperdome Library Meeting Room 1

April 17, 2018 from 6pm to 7:30pm
Dear Logan Food Gardeners Member LFG exists to create a supportive community of people who, like you, enjoy growing food.  Together we can grow so much more, as we learn from each other; share plants and seeds; and support each other on the journey.  If you like what LFG is and you want to help it keep ticking along, come and join the team at the annual General Meeting on Tuesday 17 April…… The positions that are called for will be: Committee positions:President (currently Lyn Buffett)Treasurer…See More
Apr 10
Andrew commented on Marilyn Carey's blog post What weed?
"HI Marilyn, I have heard the one in the 2nd and 3rd photo being called a 'Castor Oil' plant. A noxious weed. Often grows beside rivers or creeks. I can't guarantee that definition."
Apr 5
Marilyn Carey is attending Lyn Buffett's event

LFG Event: Turmeric farm tour and talk at Springbrook

January 14, 2018 from 10am to 2pm
Fancy a nice cool day at a turmeric farm in Springbrook? We are going for a trip up the mountain into the rainforest! If you would like to carpool meet at the Logan Hyperdome outside of Westpac/ BOQ/ ANZ at 9am. On a Sunday morning there should be few people in the parking area. We will be leaving at 9am sharp so please arrive early.  If you don't want to carpool we will meet you at Springbrrook at about 10am. IMPORTANT!!-make sure you go up the Nerang way to Springbrook (the Mudgeeraba way is…See More
Jan 11

Profile Information

Suburb
Shailer Park
Do you represent an organisation?
No
Age group
over 18 years old

Marilyn Carey's Blog

What weed?

Posted on August 12, 2017 at 0:00 1 Comment

Hi, I'm new here so hope this the right place to ask this  

can anyone identify these plants please.  Sorry photos have ended up out of order and in the middle of the post.  Sigh.  another new thing to master.

I'm assuming they are weeds since they grow amazingly well and I don't remember planting them.

The…

Continue

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of Logan Food Gardeners to add comments!

Join Logan Food Gardeners

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

Photos

  • Add Photos
  • View All

© 2018   Created by Lyn Buffett.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service