Posts Tagged: spring onion

February 2020 Swap @ Bayswater North

Lovely summer swap, bustling with people and bountiful harvests, and a few newcomers pleased to join the meet.

February 2020 Swap @ Bayswater North

Lovely summer swap, bustling with people and bountiful harvests, and a few newcomers pleased to join the meet.

January 2020 Swap @ Bayswater North

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

January 2020 Swap @ Bayswater North

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

August 2019 Swap @ Bayswater North

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!

August 2019 Swap @ Bayswater North

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!

April 2019 Swap @ Bayswater North

It was a cold morning but thankfully not wet.  I did a short demo on DIY fruit fly traps; details will be posted separately.

April 2019 Swap @ Bayswater North

It was a cold morning but thankfully not wet.  I did a short demo on DIY fruit fly traps; details will be posted separately.

May 2017 Swap @ Bayswater North

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),

May 2017 Swap @ Bayswater North

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),

November 2016 Swap @ Bayswater North

It was a gusty, blustery sort of morning that we were catching flying things more than photos!  After placing a few strategic rocks, things were much more manageable. We went there with curry leaves, curry leaf tree cutting, curry plant

November 2016 Swap @ Bayswater North

It was a gusty, blustery sort of morning that we were catching flying things more than photos!  After placing a few strategic rocks, things were much more manageable. We went there with curry leaves, curry leaf tree cutting, curry plant

Spring onions and chives

Remember the milk bottle hanging planters?  The upside down tomatoes don’t do as well as the ones on the ground but it can work and will even give you a few tomatoes.  I won’t do it again unless I’m really

Spring onions and chives

Remember the milk bottle hanging planters?  The upside down tomatoes don’t do as well as the ones on the ground but it can work and will even give you a few tomatoes.  I won’t do it again unless I’m really

November 2014 Swap

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

November 2014 Swap

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