John McAteer
  • 37, Male
  • Cork...soon to be Wellington
  • Ireland
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Suburb
cork
Food Growing Skill Level
Beginner
Experience and Qualifications
Permaculture Experience, WWOOFer
I am interested in...
Swapping Food, Community Gardens, Learning, Preserving, Helping Others, WWOOFA Working
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
i am growing in excitement about leaving ireland for wellington in july!

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At 7:02pm on October 7, 2009, liosamc@hotmail.com said…
hey john im from armagh now living in the Wairarapa, couple hours north of Wellington nz. Well your probably in Welly by now, enjoying the wind?? lol. Ive been here just over a year hope you love it in New zealand. We do!
At 7:06am on July 7, 2009, Hannah Georgia BloemgartenHughes said…
Sweet John, be neat to nit natter over stuff, my mobiles 0274832818, look forward to hearing from ya!
At 9:03am on April 17, 2009, Jenny Lux said…
Hi John, The time to plant your potatoes in NZ starts in about September, and by October you can begin growing summer seedlings and planting them out in November. Good luck with finding the right place! Jenny.
At 10:25am on April 8, 2009, Jenny Lux said…
Welcome John! Although I don't live in Wellington I feel like have some sort of relevance to you because I have a 29-year old brother living in Cork who studied architecture in Wellington, so he's done the reverse of what you're about to do, and he used to be a fantastic vegetable gardener when he was in NZ! His name is Kevin Lux, working at Murray O’Laoire. I'm sure he could give you some tips. Otherwise, feel free to visit us in Rotorua when you're down here. Jenny.
 
 
 

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