Posts Tagged: rhubarb
This was only less than a month ago but it already feels like ages ago knowing that we won’t be meeting for a while more. So let’s hold on to this and focus on our gardens (and health) while we
There was some decluttering happening to prepare for the new year, so there was lots of bits and bobs that were ready for creative people to repurpose. And also a big selection of books and magazines to keep everyone occupied
It was the last swap of 2019 at Bayswater North and we were treated to a mushroom growing talk with Ellen (will have a separate post with more details). She also made some delicious risotto in her Thermomix for us
If I remember correctly, we had weather that wasn’t that great…it was wet and cold, which reminded us how spring can be so fickle! But you people who turned up with your wonderful produce and interesting things, really made the
We had a lovely morning with lots to swap. Edel has kindly shared her tips on sourdough starter, including an excellent recipe on how to use the excess if you need to take a break from baking. Many got to
Lovely morning where we shared how easy it is to make milk kefir and how to use it in our everyday food. Still lots of citrus in season. Load up with vitamin C to keep away the cold and flu!
November is definitely the month to put your tomato plants in…there were tomato seedlings and more tomato seedlings!
We had a fine morning which made it possible for us to draw a long extension cord from the shed to power an iron. Together with an ironing board, some beeswax, a good piece of cotton cloth and greaseproof paper,
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
The highlight will have to be the giant pepino. They are normally egg to tennis ball size but this one is almost football size! Ok, maybe I’m exaggerating a bit but I can’t think of anything between those 2 sizes.