"All good Shona - we have had practise on a previous property although alot smaller and with raised garden beds, since now we have a big mortgage since moving here and more expensive than Horowhenua area generally, we are digging own garden from…"
"Wow, I’ve been gardening my whole life, and I’m going big next year. You really have jumped in boots and all. And such an expensive place to set up roots. At lest you should be able to sell lots of organic produce to the flash…"
We all love vegetables & growing them - that's why we are here on Ooooby. I'm sure there must be some vegetarian's or people with vegetarian family or friends in our community, so why not join and share... Got a favourite vegetarian recipe?See More
Make theraputic, cosmetic and fragrant hydrosols, or floral waters, small amounts of esential oils. Fruit and vegetable wines can be turned into fruit brandy and liquers. Its a magical process and yeilds great results.See More
Welcoming discussion on the whole spectrum of composting methods. If it's a way of turning organic material into fertile earth, lets talk about the method, your experiences, the pros and the cons of it!
"Hi am looking to trade/barter as a fully qualified massage therapist (studio set up at home) - a massage for one hour ($70) for a box of veges/fruit each week in the mangawhai/wellsford/kaiwaka general area??? while we get our garden up &…"
For those who have something they would like to give away and for those looking for something that might be lying round someones garage. KEEP IT FOOD/GARDEN RELATED PLEASE.It may in some cases incur postage thats up to you. Offers of swaps are ok.See More
Wow, I’ve been gardening my whole life, and I’m going big next year. You really have jumped in boots and all. And such an expensive place to set up roots. At lest you should be able to sell lots of organic produce to the flash neighborhood! I would love to find someone who could sell me some unpasteurized milk, so if you find someone please let me know! Remember that soil health is the best friend to a gardener so lots of everything is my best advice, balance the nature and all should work out for you.