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Erica Chadwick and moggy are now friends
Sep 19
moggy commented on Isabell Strange's group Preserving Your Surplus
"dry them!"
Mar 16
moggy replied to Pam's discussion Dill in the group Herbs
"You can use dill seeds as you would the leaves, just use less as they are stronger in flavour. My favourite salad is cooked grated beetroot, chopped onion, S+P, vinegar oil and either fresh dill or dill seeds and some fresh parsely. Stores for quite…"
Jan 26
moggy replied to Laine's discussion Asparagus from seed in the group Food Growing Q&A
"it is easy to germinate from seed. 4 weeks is not a long time for any seed. Hang on to them "
Dec 18, 2013
moggy replied to Sonja's discussion Looking for wild garlic in the group New Zealand Seed and Plant Exchange
"bulbs would be easier, but you cannot import them, seeds only. Whilst looking for the seeds I came across no reference to it being a pest, in fact 3 of us have been trying to grow it from seed with no success for 2 years."
Sep 27, 2013
moggy replied to Sonja's discussion Looking for wild garlic in the group New Zealand Seed and Plant Exchange
"It is very difficult to come by. In the end I got i via someone who had a friend in Germany who sent it. The first lot did not germinate, but I did not know you had to freeze the seed to break dormancy.  However this current lot has not…"
Sep 27, 2013
moggy commented on Sealander's group Southern Seed Exchange
"Anything that is commercially packaged and is not on the list of banned plants (there is a MAF web page that you can look them up on) can be brought in no hassles. I have just returned from the UK with 2 packets of mushroom spore & some melon…"
May 16, 2013
moggy commented on Sealander's group Southern Seed Exchange
"Hanna, pretty sure it is buckthorn as I have seen berries on similar plants, though not those particular ones as I only went there the once. Where it is growing is exceptionally exposed which is why it is more compact that normal. It is down near…"
May 15, 2013
moggy commented on Sealander's group Southern Seed Exchange
"It think this is the stuff, badly wind beaten, which is not surprising given to where it is. If we were still living at the last house, could have got some easily for you, but without a quad bike it is a bit inaccessible."
May 14, 2013
moggy replied to Teeli's discussion Help! Birds are getting my elderberries! in the group Food Growing Q&A
"If the birds are eating it, it means the fruit is ripe, so get out there and pick it. The only other alternative is to cover it with netting if it is small enough."
Jan 2, 2013
moggy replied to Mariana's discussion Growing licorice from seed in the group Herbs
"I wish I had realised the fragrant garden stocked it, I was there twice this winter buying loads of trees in their half price sale. (their plants are really good quality btw) You have made me really happy that I didn't buy those five seeds."
Dec 13, 2012
moggy replied to Mariana's discussion Growing licorice from seed in the group Herbs
"I haven't mainly because I  have not found a seed supply except for someone selling 5 seeds for a stupid price on trademe and I refused to pay that as I had heard that germination rate is not good. Where did you get your seeds from?"
Dec 12, 2012
moggy and Anthony Melling are now friends
Nov 14, 2012
moggy replied to Teeli's discussion Where can I get elderberry trees? in the group Food Growing Q&A
"Don't worry about frosts, they are native to Northern Europe which gets very sever winters"
Nov 11, 2012
moggy commented on Hester's group New Zealand Seed and Plant Exchange
"Silja I am in Otaki, I was trying to give them away at the community expo today (saturday). I still have loads left if you want them."
Oct 27, 2012
moggy replied to Mariana's discussion Imagine if we grew a vast public Food Forest like this in Christchurch... in the group Christchurch Permaculture Group
"It is roughly what we are doing here, when we came up with the idea, it didn't have a fancy name, it just seemed like a good way to go about things. It still involves a lot of work to maintain and in our case until the plants are big enough to…"
Oct 22, 2012

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Suburb
Canterbury
Post / Zip Code
7591
I am a...
Smallholder
I can offer
Lead a workshop, Food from my garden, Preserving
Food Growing Skill Level
Confident
Experience and Qualifications
Permaculture Experience, WWOOFer, Horticulturalist, Dairy, Lots of years in the garden
I am interested in...
Selling Local Grown Food, WWOOFA Hosting
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
We have 10 acres of what shouldc be desert, but with irrgation we are successfully growing fruit trees and via hydroponics growing lettuce and asiand greens and herbs commercially.

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At 3:18pm on October 12, 2012, Megan said…

Hello Moggy, have posted some tree onion bulbils to you today :)

At 11:43pm on October 11, 2012, Kali said…

Hello Moggy, I grow walking onions which I think might be the same thing as tree onions the bulbils are only starting to form now. I could send you some in a couple of months.

At 9:07am on September 4, 2012, Natalie Thomson said…

what do you need to do to import seeds?

At 10:39am on May 23, 2012, Michal Moore said…
Hey Moggy,

I lost your e-mail, sorry, if you still want some vine cuttings, email me on col_mic@hotmail.com the vine (grape vine) looks dry with no leaves, I am still learning about gardening.... Happy to give you my phone number, but prefer to do so via email.

Again sorry for the delay....
At 7:06pm on May 12, 2011, Hanna said…

Hi Moggy, thanks for letting me know about this site. Martin and I could come by in the weekend if that works for you to shoot some chickens (this still sounds awful!). I could bring the sitar and any shrubs I manage to uplift before then.

 

 

At 6:52pm on March 23, 2011, Kali said…
HI Moggy, just recieved an email newsletter from ginnys herbs, she has licorice seedlings for sale. http://www.ginnysherbs.com/
At 7:43am on February 16, 2011, Kali said…
it was several years ago I got seeds from them,  oh well I will read up about dividing and growing from stolons, wont be for a while anyhow, will wait until late autumn to dig it up and see what the roots have done this year.
At 11:14pm on January 15, 2011, Kali said…
HI Moggy, I have heard that if you put an upturned pot with scrunched up newspaper in it earwigs will go there to sleep in the daytime, and you can then dispose of them. perhaps worth a try.
At 8:07am on January 14, 2011, Hester said…
Hi Moggy. If you post your question about earwigs on the group 'Food Growing Questions and Answers' you might get a better response. Hope this helps.
At 11:33am on January 4, 2011, Kali said…
man that quinoa on trademe is certainly an exorbitant price!
 
 
 

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