Growing and Learning.....
Bed One: Corn, Cucumber, Cherry Toms, Chillis, Capsicums
Planning for a self sufficient future.
A Jack of all Tradera I Guess.
I'm an 83-year-old lady living in NE Washington State USA on top of a huge sand dune remnant of the last ice age. In USDA Hardiness Zone 5.
Hello, Mark. Just wondering how the Writer/Contributor Trial is going and if it is something you will keep doing. Answer when you can....I know you are busy. Walt Davis
Aloha can you help I have passion fruit flowers but never any fruit Plenty of flowers and foliage but no fruit for over a year
Hi Antoinette, make a post in the forum with some photos and we'll see how we can help because there can be so many reasons for no fruit
It's nice to learn about permaculture and apply it to our small urban home, but I can't wait to move further out and be self-sustainable.
Cheers Lizi, will give you at least a few days notice. Are some days better than others for you? Eg do you work?
How can I contact you Lizi?
I'm planning to go to Maleny one day in the next few weeks.
Hey, email is best for me. I am a shocker with the phone. don't even know where it is most of the time! but I always check my emails firstname.lastname@example.org Would absolutely welcome your visit!
In hoarding plant mode...!
aspiring towards self-sufficiency in TAS or VIC, learning, thinking, researching, connecting …. :)
Our little chickens grew, and they roam our garden now. With a movable fence, they work different parts of our garden every week!
I like your sentiment , you have to be careful what you ask for haha cheers Raymondo
Hey I'm Jess, I'm on the Gold Coast here in Australia, I have been gardening since I finally got myself a patch of land.
Made plans for building our chicken coop... turning an old rabbit-home into a chicken coop for at least 2 chicks...
Currently building our homestead on a 1 acre block
I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realise I should have been more specific.
Don't tell secrets in the garden. The potatoes have eyes the corn has ears and the beanstalk.
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