Sigrid Speidel
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Meadowbank
I can offer
Garden sitting, to be a gardening buddy
Food Growing Skill Level
Confident
Experience and Qualifications
Lots of years in the garden
I am interested in...
Bartering Local Food, Community Gardens, Seed Savers
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
I try to make my small food garden as diverse as possible. I have some slightly unusual plants such as sugar banana, Jerusalem artichoke, babaco, cherimoya and casimiroa, although the latter two are too young to bear fruit. My Master degree in Agricultural Sciences helps me to know soil types, nutrient absorption,etc.

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Grow your own soil

I have 'grown' my own deep, well-draining, fertile soil. It was easy peasy. I was totally surprised of how well it worked.



What I did: I build a raised bed and added thick layers of mulch and horse manure. The mulch I got for free from a local landscape company (they would have to pay to bring it to the recycling plant). The horse manure I got for free from the Ambury Farm Regional Park/ Riding for the Disabled in Mangere Bridge. The mulch is full of carbon and the horse manure full… Continue

Posted on December 5, 2009 at 9:15pm — 1 Comment

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At 10:55am on January 21, 2019, Tony said…
Sigrid I sent you a email this is me Tony cheers paid gardening in your subject field you replied to me cheers.
At 4:50am on November 5, 2011, Natalie said…
Hi, I noticed on another page in here that you have some of the following...Raspberry Ivory - Rubus idaeus (Kiwi Gold) and Berry Delight - Hybridberry Marahau.  Just wondering if you might have any small seedlings/plants you would be interested in sharing/selling.  I'm just starting out - so not sure if I have anything you are looking for, let me know.  Happy to pay for postage...I'm in Rotorua...Many thanks...Nat
At 5:44pm on February 14, 2010, Diane SQ said…
HI Sigrid, Just checking with you if you could assist with open days this week. Could you get in touch when you are back... Cheers
Diane
At 9:52pm on February 10, 2010, Diane SQ said…
HI Sigrid,
Hope you had a good holiday break. I thought about having a sort of open day at Sudesh's next week, advertised on Ooooby. ideally next Tuesday or possibly Thursday. The idea is that I could be there in the afternoon, and someone else could also come for an hour in the evening, to greet anyone who would want to have a look and discuss what the garden is all about. Are you available?
We are plannning a Urban food production design workshop in the first week of March, with Finn Mackesy. If you are around, come and meet us tomorrow afternoon between 1 and 2.45pm.
See you soon
Diane
At 8:30pm on December 20, 2009, Diane SQ said…
HI Sigrid,
tomorrow 4 pm is fine with me. See you there then
Diane
At 2:25pm on December 19, 2009, andrew clay said…
I just got this message today, too late, darn it
At 11:28am on December 16, 2009, Christy Martin said…
Hi Sigrid,

Thank you for the info about Sudesh's garden. I will be meeting you there. As far as the Rooobys; you are right and I have made the change. You did sell R26. See you soon.

Christy
At 10:02pm on December 13, 2009, andrew clay said…
Hi Sigrid...am clear Wed at 4 ...from ooooby stall at Grey Lynn
At 3:36pm on December 11, 2009, Sigrid Speidel said…
Hi Christy, yes I will come to the GLFM on Sunday with rhubarb, oregano, kaffir lime leaves and boysenberry. Talk to you then.
At 11:46pm on December 10, 2009, Christy Martin said…
Hi Sigrid, the grow project that you mentioned in Meadowbank/Remuera sounds interesting. Perhaps we could talk further about this/ visit the site. Are you going to be coming to the GLFM this weekend?
 
 
 

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