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Comment by Simon and Bronwyn Harvey on January 11, 2009 at 9:53pm
Kefir. Does anyone have Kefir starter grains to share? Would be much appreciated. Please contact me direct by message thru' the site :-).
Comment by Eleanor Bauarschi on January 11, 2009 at 12:06pm
Volunteers! I would like to have local woofers (willing workers on organic farms) rather than overseas ones. So if you want to come and stay and work with me at the lavender gardens, veggies, orchards, (and weeds of course), let me know. People who have been here have learned lots and become inspired about organics, sustainability, life, spirituality, healing, nutrition, etc.
Comment by Eleanor Bauarschi on January 11, 2009 at 12:00pm
Lavender Harvesters! sometime after 17th Jan, 1/2 day, lunch included, lots of fun. register interest. Will be scheduled based on weather and flower stage.
Comment by Dawn Jeffery on January 10, 2009 at 1:01pm
Also looking for Brussell Sprouts, seedlings or seeds, thanks!
Comment by Dawn Jeffery on January 10, 2009 at 1:00pm
We're looking for Canna Lily's they grow like weeds in some places, am happy to bring a spade and dig out! Thanks!
Comment by Larissa Wallin on January 9, 2009 at 1:19pm
I know chuck at surfdale is selling sombreros....$5
Comment by Amy Macaluso on January 9, 2009 at 8:32am
Wide brimmed Hat for Large head!

I am looking for a wide brimmed hat to fit a large head. A must while in the garden to keep the sun off... thanks
Comment by James Samuel on January 7, 2009 at 12:37am
How should I store my freshly dug garlic
I just harvested it and it's looking really good! I am so pleased, with this, my first attempt, and probably have enough to last us the year and still have stock to plant in winter. I currently have it on a shelf in a warm dry room, but wonder if I should be hanging it up? Removing some leaves?

This is all I could find on the net, and wonder if there is any local knowledge out there:

Harvest garlic when tops have died back to the ground. Dig bulbs as the tops are not strong enough to pull. Shake off loose earth and cure several days in the sun to harden skin. Clip off roots right next to bulk and clip off tops unless you want to braid them. Store garlic in paper bags in a cool room at about 32-35 degrees F. Do not store garlic in the refrigerator as the dampness will cause it to rot.
Comment by Christy Ralphs on January 6, 2009 at 6:46pm
Does anyone have any lemon thyme I can take a rooted piece from? Thanks
Comment by Will on January 6, 2009 at 4:14pm
LAPTOP wanted for Ooooby Store
Does anyone have an old laptop they can donate to the Ooooby Store, we need it to run the Point of Sales and accounting system.

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