Posts Tagged: aloe vera
It was a cold morning but thankfully not wet. I did a short demo on DIY fruit fly traps; details will be posted separately.
There was this strange smelling, herb looking plant with flowers that look a bit like lavender on the table and no one could identify it. Here are 2 pics taken by Kim, who has identified it as dogbane (Plectranthus Neochilus),
While it’s wet and windy outside today, let’s enjoy the photos of the bountiful harvest we had on that lovely Saturday morning. And if you’re stuck inside for the rest of the day, you can get preserving – make some
First swap of spring! Shane Genzuik gave us an insightful talk on used coffee grounds which at the end of it, the grounds being swapped, were very much in demand…some were even considered ‘not in excess’ anymore and were retracted
I think this is the quietest swap so far, with only 3 regulars (including myself) and 2 newcomers. And the weather was not to blame! I hope this isn’t the trend or we’ll have to ‘close shop’ soon 😦 We’ll
It was a great morning and the rain held back till we were done! We had a few things to swap and learned lots from Neil about hot composting. Thanks Neil! Will write more about that in another post. Next