Hannah Horton
  • Female
  • Auckland
  • New Zealand
Share
  • Blog Posts
  • Events
  • Groups (2)
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

Hannah Horton's Groups

 

Hannah Horton's Page

Latest Activity

Hannah Horton joined Ricky P's group
Thumbnail

Kai - food for new zealand

A database of edible plants that grow in Aotearoa/nz.Please share thoughts and ideas.See More
Mar 10, 2014
Hannah Horton joined Isabell Strange's group
Thumbnail

Edible New Zealand Natives

To share knowledge of which New Zealand native plants are edible or medicinal, how to use them and how to cultivate them.
Mar 10, 2014
Hannah Horton posted a status
"Looking for a reliable supplier of plantain & dandelion - the weeds in my back yard won't cut it! Also Kawakawa & other Maori herbs if poss."
Mar 10, 2014
Hannah Horton updated their profile
Sep 24, 2013
Hannah Horton left a comment for Dian & Dennis Patterson
"Thanks for the tip! I was thinking about the soil - The land is by the beach and there's a high quantity of sand in the soil, as well as salt in the air. I'd like to learn how to get the soil to a good level, and design to protect the…"
Sep 24, 2013
Dian & Dennis Patterson left a comment for Hannah Horton
"Hi Hanna : Good to get your own place in Dec. You might want to get a head start, with desired seedlings ready to plant, when you move. Seeds can be sprouted in the hot water cupboard, on a plate, paper towel, top & bottom. Wet  with water,…"
Sep 24, 2013
Hannah Horton is now a member of Ooooby
Sep 23, 2013

Profile Information

Suburb
Westmere
Post / Zip Code
1022
I am a...
Gardener
I can offer
Nothing yet.
Food Growing Skill Level
Beginner
I am interested in...
Buying Local Food, Learning
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
Not growing yet, but come December I will have my own place at Muriwai Beach and I want to start a permaculture garden. The land is by the beach and there's a high quantity of sand in the soil, as well as salt in the air. I'd like to learn how to get the soil to a good level, and design to protect the plants from too much salty wind, creating good foundations for a productive permaculture garden. I would love some direction on how to get started! What to read, who to contact etc

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of Ooooby to add comments!

Join Ooooby

At 4:21pm on September 24, 2013, Dian & Dennis Patterson said…

Hi Hanna :

Good to get your own place in Dec. You might want to get a head start, with desired seedlings ready to plant, when you move. Seeds can be sprouted in the hot water cupboard, on a plate, paper towel, top & bottom. Wet  with water, drain, & place in plastic bag. When sprouted, small containers of seed raising mix, on a sunny window sill works.

Cheers,

Dian & Dennis.

 
 
 

Photos

  • Add Photos
  • View All

© 2018   Created by Pete Russell.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service