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Just started a couple of years ago and have everything in containers (apart from fruit trees) till we move into our place in December! Lettuce, bok choy, pumpkin, capsicum, basil, chives, coriander, parsley, peach, fejoa, oranges.
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Sorry Adrian. I only just figured out that you had requested friend. I have quit the north shore group as they are not exactly a vocal lot and not very proactive. Sorry to those who are but there are over 70 members and how many ever comment? Nah. My garden has seen better days but I will be getting out in it soon to tidy before winter and am collecting lots of runner bean seeds. They are really expensive to buy in packets now. The chickens are laying really well and I always have extra. I am going to start buying raw milk and we have started buying our water until we get a filter because I finally realised how bad fluoride is for us and don't want my children to intake any more. Keep in touch. I also want to become more proactive in adding biodynamic preps to my garden. Did you know that Shelly Beach Farm, NZ's first organic/biodynamic farm is up for sale. If I had a spare 20 mil i'd buy it. The most awesome property which has been farmed with love and care for the past 30 years and helped hundreds of students from all around the world, now to be sold off. Sad!