Isabell Strange
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"dry them!"
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"Does anyone know a low-sugar way of preserving/freezing/bottling figs?"
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"I haven't thought of eating sunflower petals. The flowers are so pretty though and I don't have many so I think I will leave them this year!"
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Profile Information

Suburb
Taihape
Post / Zip Code
4720
I can offer
Gardening advice, Tools & Equipment to hire/borrow
Food Growing Skill Level
Moderate
Experience and Qualifications
Lots of years in the garden
I am interested in...
Buying Local Food, Bartering Local Food, Learning, Helping Others, WWOOFA Hosting, Seed Savers
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
Apples, Apricots, Boysenberries, Cranberries, Cherries, Black Currants, Red Currants, Logan berries,Blackberries, Gooseberries, Grapes, Nectarines, Peacherines,Quince, Feijoas,Elderberry, Hazlenuts, Chestnuts, Rhubarb, Rocket, Hyssop, Calendula, Feverfew, Bay Tree, Water Cress, Chives, Equisetum, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Silverbeet, Peas, Beans, Courgettes, Scallopini, Green peppers, Capsicum, Lettuce,

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At 10:24am on October 29, 2011, Matti Pickering said…
Hi Isabell...sounds good thanks. I would be interested in some loganberries and currents....my email is below...just email if you are passing through Levin or making a trip to palmerston. I may be passing Taihape in a month or so on my way to Taupo. I got some nice Juneberry trees from a Nursery in Taihape last year. Cheers matti@paradise.net.nz
At 8:14am on January 24, 2011, Jane Maarie said…
Love your gardens Isabell, so much room & neat ideas for strawberys!
At 10:37am on September 13, 2010, Robyn Wolfe said…
Thanks for that1 The really scary thing is that the severe bruising is still preventing me getting out in the garden. I can just about put full weight on it but not near to walking yet...25 June till now! So be so careful.
At 8:45pm on August 8, 2010, Jenny Laycock said…
Hi Isabel Thanks for the welcome. Looking forward to being involved :-)
At 8:32pm on May 16, 2010, Annabelle said…
Hi Isabell. Harvest Jerusalem Artichokes when the tops wilt, apparently best left in the ground and lifted as needed between winter and early spring.And apparently they multiply very happily if you leave any tubers in the ground!!
Your garden looks absolutely amazing, just seen your photos! What is photo#4 ? Is it an elderberry? I have one to plant,small city garden,oops! Love to know how you decide to eat your j.artichokes.
At 4:08pm on March 28, 2010, Kali said…
has arrived now, thankyou, some interesting things in there, even has woad in it!
At 10:19am on March 24, 2010, Kali said…
thankyou Isabell, I look forward to receiving it, I was hoping it hadn't got lost in the mail!
At 12:41pm on February 25, 2010, Angie Gibbons said…
Great to hear your seeds went well! How do you like them? have had mixed comments from people. Mine were not that great as I have a dove problem and they love the foliage!

Angie
At 3:07pm on February 23, 2010, Kali said…
Hi Isabell, thats nice of you to think of me re the herb book, I would like to take a look, I have general gardening books but no dedicated herb book. the equisitum is sending up lots of lovely new shoots, I ended putting it all in one big pot, so will have to keep an eye on it if it starts to get crowded, its lovely to look at, so unusual. I would love to come to the celtic roundhouse demo, pity it is so far away, my son is doing 'structures ' at school and we were thinking of something he could make with bamboo, maybe geodesic we were thinking but the roundhouse looks like it would be ok to do on a small scale, I;ll do a google on it :)
At 10:13pm on January 15, 2010, Megan said…
hello Isabell, just a quick note to let you know that all the lipstick strawberry plants that you sent me are doing well, have adjusted to the colder, wetter weather down this way! Thanks again.
 
 
 

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