Posts Tagged: used coffee grounds
November is definitely the month to put your tomato plants in…there were tomato seedlings and more tomato seedlings! Advertisements
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 an eventful month with the move to Warranwood (from Wonga Park) and Celebrate Mooroolbark Festival, in addition to a swap happening each week! So much so that I’ve forgotten about the photos sitting on my desk for the month
We had a great start to 2015 in January with an abundance! It was to be a great start to a great year. There was a variety of summer fruits in February, in addition to the summer vegetables and herbs.
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
I think this is the quietest swap so far, with only 3 regulars (including myself) and 2 newcomers. And the weather was not to blame! I hope this isn’t the trend or we’ll have to ‘close shop’ soon 😦 We’ll
We collect used coffee grounds from the local cafe weekly and put it in the compost bin and other areas around the yard. Thankfully, we have a big yard to be able to use all the coffee grounds. But I’m