"Andy at Awhi Farm has them. I believe they were brought in to NZ as part of the Hawea Flats Food Forest project, done through the Centre for Sustainable Practice. You can contact Andy here http://www.sustainable-practice.org/node/56"
"Funny, we just harvested 4 beautiful cherries from our 3 month old Tangshe Cherry tree...... delicious! I know I should have plucked off the flowers, but I just couldn't resist!
Cherries of the right variety do fine in Taranaki. There is even…"
"Hi all. I'm brand new to Ooooby, I'm in New Plymouth and am also new to gardening :S My goal is to grow enough vegetables to supply my family and neighbours. I also hope to get some chickens sometime soon and have free range eggs to give…"
"Hi Tracey, we had heaps at our old place, 170 Kaimata Road South. It was sold in January, perhaps the new owner would be happy for you to get some? I don't know his name or number sorry.
We originally got ours from the pig poo compost in…"
slowly getting there. still a bit of a cripple but blood tests are improving and hobbling pain is reducing so all in all i'm pleased with my self. hopefully be back to normal for spring planting :-) love to you, peter and family x
Hey Kama, Thanks for the link and contact, yes, i would love to network more with you, planting ideas in the head-waters. I have been designing and teaching Permaculture in California over the last 10 yrs and have alot of great experience and networks that i am wanting to work with others here.
Planting water here in Glenorchy and any folks to connect with in Aotearoa is very helpful.
Sorry, I haven't been on Ooooby for quite some time..... and have only just seen your message. How did you go in Inglewood? I don't have much produce over winter, and are now just rearranging the garden, and creating some raised beds..... so hopefully all will be done in time for this summer......I look forward to keeping in touch...... just wish this would start happening a bit more down this way..... There seems to be heaps of back yard gardeners down here, and at the moment most of us have the only option to buy fruit/vege from the supermarket :(