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Perennial Vegetables

A group for all those interested in growing perennial vegetables. Join us to discuss the existing perennial crops and the breeding/improvement/development of new and exciting crops, share ideas and share plant materials.See More
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Perennial vegetables in cold climates

That Kale looks fabulous Cesar - i'm sure it would grow in the Queenstown region and survive the frosts - any ideas about what else might work this far south?See More
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CesarZ commented on CesarZ's group Perennial Vegetables
"Hi Everyone, I would like to invite everyone to join a new group about perennial vegetables. Firstly, I would like to introduce the rare and lovely D'aubenton Kale - very hardy and grows forever."
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A group for all those interested in growing perennial vegetables. Join us to discuss the existing perennial crops and the breeding/improvement/development of new and exciting crops, share ideas and share plant materials.See More
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Couve Tronchuda Kale flowering.

"Several varieties of Couve Tronchuda are available at Wellington Seed Library you can email at: centralseedslibrary  @ xtra  co  nz"
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Home Distilling

Make theraputic, cosmetic and fragrant hydrosols, or floral waters, small amounts of esential oils. Fruit and vegetable wines can be turned into fruit brandy and liquers. Its a magical process and yeilds great results.See More
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Couve Tronchuda Kale flowering.

"HI Where can I get some seed of the wonderful Couve Tronchuda? SF"
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"Hi all does anyone in the Waikato area have a dozen or so dahlia tubers mixed colour and style are OK but prefer larger flower varieties."
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Smooth variety, thornless and scented. Please contact me if interested sarahyates49@gmail.com

Posted by Sarah Louise Rose Yates on July 6, 2014 at 12:26pm

Winter diary

Have dug in the sheet composted coffee grounds and grass clippings. I think it makes a better veggie bed combining the organic matter with the topsoil although no-dig purists may disapprove. Have planted out a lot of self sown corn and lettuce seedlings and mixed the corn with broad beans. Need to add squash for the Mexican triumvirate. The whole site is covered in weeds now and we are finally getting some mandarins, lemons, limes and oranges. 

Posted by Suburban Micro Food Forest on July 2, 2014 at 9:42pm

Gluten free

Junko has researched and perfected a number of gluten free bread and cake recipes to get me off the wheat energy roller coaster. I don't fall asleep in the afternoon now and my bakery bill has dropped. She's using mixtures of spelt, rye, rice, corn and potato flours. Some taro and a couple of bananas have survived where I chucked them in the corner soak hole where the run-off ends up. Comfrey is everywhere. I miss my chickens - if anyone in Akl needs to get rid of a couple of layers please…

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Posted by Suburban Micro Food Forest on July 2, 2014 at 9:41pm

 
 
 

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