Posts Tagged: lettuce
It was windy with a few showers but we were welcomed with sunshine at the end! We had Bronwyn, Queensland Fruit Fly Regional Coordinator for the Yarra Valley, come and tell us about the threat of Queensland Fruit Flies and
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
October swap is coming up end of the week and I’m just posting these lovely pics! Please don’t mind me, spring is here and we are busy in the garden!
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
What a great gathering we had! The weather was really kind to us; there was even sunshine to enjoy. It was buzzing with activity and we were spoilt for choice. There are many photos so I’ll break it into 2
Too much autumn leaves, shredded paper, coffee grounds? Build your hot compost! I’ll share with you what I’ve learned from the hot compost workshop on swap Saturday. Please correct me if I get any of the info wrong or share