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Comment by Jenny LF on Wednesday

Is anyone here planning to go to this workshop?

Comment by Helen Dew on January 19, 2015 at 9:55pm

Hi Claire

I'd be happy to donate some perennials - some are in bags, in need of tlc. Others are in the garden that I'll be clearing prior to mulching this week. You'd be doing me a favour if you gave them a new home!

Comment by claire on January 19, 2015 at 9:05pm

Hello.. I'm trying to set up my garden It needs lots of love and hard work.. Does anyone have any cuttings?? Thanks.. Any Donations would be fantastic.. 

Comment by Jacob Verbeek on January 9, 2015 at 8:11pm

I've got raspberry canes & black currants to share if you're interested and you could easily enough take some cuttings from our worcesterberry bush.  No fruit trees, sorry, as I've only just started establishing my own edible garden.

Comment by ursula mac on January 8, 2015 at 2:26pm

Thanks for your reply Hayden! Would you be keen to meet up for a cuppa - I'd like to talk about this a bit more. My home number is 929 7204. Cheers.

Comment by Hayden McGrail on January 6, 2015 at 10:07pm

My wife & I helped set up the Wairarapa Soil & Health association just over thirty years ago. It went very well for many years and we even hosted a National Conference but sadly it was wound up over ten years ago.

Comment by Jenny LF on January 6, 2015 at 7:48am

I am not aware of a Soil and Health group in the area.

Comment by Helen Dew on January 5, 2015 at 10:11pm

Hi Ursula,

I have some peaches to spare.  Could also supply grapes and black & red currants. May also be white currants, gooseberries and tayberries. 

Comment by ursula mac on January 4, 2015 at 11:07am

Hi - if anyone has any young fruit trees which will be needing homes in autumn please let me know. I'm helping my house-mate set up her garden. A nut tree would also be welcome! 

Clare's wish list includes peach/nectarine/plum/apple or pear/hazelnut/quince :-)

Also...does anyone know if there is a Soil & Health group in Masterton (or the Wairarapa for that matter)?

cheers and Happy New Year everyone.

Comment by Helen Dew on January 1, 2015 at 10:18am

Rose rootstock - potted - free plants

I've been give 7 bagged rose rootstocks and wish to pass them on asap as I'm heading away soon for a conference. These wonderfully healthy plants are growing in standard potting mix.
I've also been given a tray of flat parsley seedlings- they're at pricking out stage. Give me a call if you're interested - mob 027 9009 742.


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