Posts Tagged: succulents
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
I’ve just realised that I’ve forgotten about last month’s gorgeous photos! They will speak for themselves…
It was our 6th anniversary and guess what? It was cold, wet and windy! Well, that was to be expected right in the middle of winter. What was not expected was the brave group of people that turned up to
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.
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
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!
We swapped food (and lovely succulents) and got our hands dirty building a demo hot compost heap this August. If you’ve missed this, it’s all about frames, brown and green ingredients, water and turning!