Posts Tagged: figs
We celebrated the 2nd anniversary at Mooroolbark a month earlier because Claire didn’t want to miss the party! If you didn’t make it, you’ve missed the yummy honey cake 😋 And the cute little doggie was not for swapping…
We had a great start to 2018! You’ve gotta love the permaculture swap – a pack of incontinence bed pads was on offer, which was quickly divvied out to use in plant pots for moisture retention 🙂 Come and join
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
According to Ethan, this was a tomato swap! Not that we had any tomatoes to swap but we got a lot of different varieties that made our lunch very yummy and colourful!
We’ve been having a solid harvest of figs for the past 2 weeks. The dry summer seems to be bring good quality fruits. And the birds are a bit kinder to us this year (wonder why?). They are still eating
It was a rather lonely morning for us. Luckily we had the company of the working bee participants and so we all dug a bit, planted some, chatted a lot and swapped a few. Perhaps your gardens are mostly dry