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Comment by TK on June 12, 2015 at 5:45pm

Hi anyone here grow or know of someone who's grows in NZ spray free bananas, that we can buy? If so plz message me details. Thanks.

Comment by Claude on August 2, 2013 at 4:36pm

The Renaissance Aotearoa Foundation is placing an order for Bafang BBS01 ebike kits shortly. If you are interested in piggybacking on it, see These 36v, NZ legal kits fit most standard bikes, do not require changing the hub or rim, and cost a lot less than an ebike. If you have a bike you are not using because the Waiheke hills are too tough, or the range too far, this may be the answer.

Comment by gabriella on May 5, 2013 at 8:17am

You are invited to learn about an exciting, empowering, and proven way to get the most out of your soils and optimise your produce...
‘It’s time to bring Agriculture & Maara Kai (Home Gardens) closer together’
When: Saturday 25th May 2013, 2pm
Where: Piritahi Marae, Blackpool, Waiheke Island Time: Powhiri 2pm
Lorna Rikihana & Chris Bailey:
Charles Hyland:
Anna Mayne:
Maara Kai Project (Marae Garden Project)
Soil Health Consultant & former Cornell University Soil Biogeochemist and Microbial Ecologist
Biochar for Sustainable Soil Health
NZ Dairy Industry Update on Soil Management Practices
Mini Lecture: SOIL BALANCING as discovered by Dr W.A. Albrecht
Presentations & Shared Meal – til around 7pm
Please bring a plate to share made from the goodness of your home garden
Robin Boom: Brookside Soil Consultant & Independent Agronomist Sarah Silverstar: Upcoming Brookside Soil Consultant - Waiheke Island
16 element soil testing - ‘the right direction for agriculture and the home gardener’
Entry by koha – this will help towards donation to Piritahi Marae Maara Kai, the screen, data projector & travel costs for our guests to the island - thank you!

Please RSVP by 5pm Tuesday 21st May by emailing Sarah on or call 09 372 2326
Comment by Fi and Steve on March 11, 2013 at 10:00am

Hi all,i am after a couple of passionfruit for seed,i am looking for fruit that are yummy and from a healthy plant.Can swap for eggs,if you can call into the Saturday market with them my stall Haven Farm Eggs is next to the grow table or email and i can pick them up thanks Fi

Comment by Chris Hamilton on December 16, 2012 at 10:57pm

yes! though not for long... yes call in tomorrow, that'd be great

Comment by Christy Ralphs on December 15, 2012 at 4:45pm

Hi Chris - do you still have plums? Mine are not quite ready yet, would love some, could stop by tomorrow.

Comment by Chris Hamilton on December 11, 2012 at 4:38pm

Please come get plums from our tree, it's absolutely laden. 64 Ocean Rd, Surfdale (just down from the SPCA). The number's on the letterbox, but ignore the other numbers in the street - they're not very sequential. We're the house on the bend with an old Puriri tree on the verge and a white daisy in front of the letterbox. Please knock on the door, but if there's noone home help yourself :) Bring lots of containers!!

Comment by Jill Mulvaney on June 24, 2012 at 4:50pm

Does anyone have any galangal or tumeric. Id like to try growing it in 1/2 wine barrels. I Have some lovely fresh Maunuka, lemon Verbena, Clary Sage, Rosemary, or Lime Hydrosol I can swap.


Comment by Jill Mulvaney on June 6, 2012 at 4:17pm

Distillation, Creams, Balms, Lotions, Bath products. helen from Herbal Health Waiheke join for a fun day distilling essential oils and hydrosols, making creams and lotions, adding the oils and hydrosols fresh from the still! Take home all that you make. A day of transformation, fun, aroma and more understanding what we can do with the precious herbs, spices and flowers that grow so generously under foot!

Comment by Christy Ralphs on May 26, 2012 at 1:07pm

have quite a few loquat seedlings if anyone wants any before they are weeded out. also one larger one.  my tree produces quite big fruit (everyone remarks on it) - not sure if because they are fertilised or the tree was a named variety (deliberately planted, but before me). fruit  really needs to be netted to protect from birds so you can properly tree ripen it for how they are supposed to taste - delicious!


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