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Topic: Who else likes gardening?

  1. Matchy69
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    5 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane
    You can never have enough mango trees.
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  2. Jstar49
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    6 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane

    Hi Lillylane,

    I noticed you were feeling a bit bad after your friend wasn't really supportive...I'm sorry that happened.

    It's true that ppl often don't know what to say. And it is really hard to be vulnerable.

    I'm sorry, I know how that feels.

    Tbh I once tried to be supportive with a friend during her depression, and she found it so hard to talk about that she suggested we just ignore it and pretend it was all normal! I had experienced it myself but I had no idea how to support her. Although maybe it was also her personality.

    BB and Black Dog are excellent sources of info you could recommend to your friends maybe.

    You seem pretty clear about how she could support you, you say " I guess it would have been nice to be asked what was going on." I guess we're at this point now with MH, where we can be a part of educating ppl about how to support others with MH issues. But hey, please do not take that on unless you're feeling super strong, cos, trust me, you will be in a better position to do it, down the track.

    Good on you btw, for being brave and opening up.

    Big love

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    6 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane

    Hey Lilly

    It's hard when our friends don't acknowledge what we've just said about our MH; the courage it took, how vulnerable we felt, the hope we had to connect and feel supported.

    Or even the opportunity to share it and get it off our chest.

    It can leave us feeling worse than before we tried!!

    I put "those" people in 'the not to talk about my MH bucket' of friends.

    I think it's doubly worse when we've supported them thru similar. I find that near insulting when that happens.

    I haven't given up on my friend that happened with recently.
    But it's getting close! Just going Low Contact for now.
    I doubt I'll share MH stuff with her again, in fact I'm on guard with her. LC it is lol.

    Your mango tree sounds amazing!
    I'd go for another one but it's your garden! lol.

    I made yummy dehydrated fruit straps from blended mangoes when our neighbour told us to pick them all off her tree once. We took 8 wheelbarrow loads home. I took boxes of them to Playgroups we went to.
    The ones left got mushy so I made them into lots of recipes and fruit straps.

    Be kind to yourself Lilly
    Love EM

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    8 January 2021 in reply to ecomama

    Dear EM and J* and all

    Thanks for your gentle and kind words.
    I’m feeling better about it now.

    Sorry I’m a bit behind in reading threads! I tried picking a mango yesterday but it’s still really white inside still.

    lillylane

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    8 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane

    Hey Lilly, all good.

    I noticed my front garden Buddha statue is almost buried in the growth of the plants around it lol.

    The rain has really caused a spike in growth.

    Most of the plants are in pots around Buddha and I would love to actually plant them in the ground but Papa Brush Turkey would go to town on them with the help of my chickens so its pots for now lol.

    I got alot of free Bromeliads last year and the year before, I potted them and left them in the front garden. They got so pale and sickly, looked like they were dying.
    So I moved them to against the timber fence where they get shade ALL the time. No direct sun.
    I saw them when sweeping the driveway and wow they look magnificent now!
    Deep dark green, shiny big leaves. Almost POPPING out of their pots lol!

    They like their new home - I could try planting those just one at a time to not draw any notice to them for the destructor birds lol.

    EMxxxx

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    8 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane

    Well ONE way to get rid of a massive tomato plant taking over the driveway is to drive into the garage door!

    My son accidentally did this last week and ran over the tomato plant in the process. UGH.

    BIG tyre marks right through it lol. Oh dear.

    I had to secateur it and drag it up to the front garden table to pick all the tomatoes.
    I got around 80 cherry tomatoes and they've been yummy in bread rolls with cheese.

    Son fixed garage door by himself which was great.

    That's about the only real produce we've had from our garden in a while and it was an accidental tomato plant so not even my doing lol.

    My Isabella Grape Vine has cute little bunches of grapes, still green. Its leaves are huge with all this rain.

    It's misty raining again today. The moment it's not, I need to fill my green bin, empty it of water first!

    Happy Gardening everyone
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    8 January 2021 in reply to ecomama

    Hi EM,

    Oh no, the tomato plant got run over? I’m sorry to hear that. It must have been really big to have 80 tomatoes from it!

    Our grapes are still green too but it’s pleasing to see several bunches on it this year. So much growth on it and on the passionfruit covering our fence (tho no passion fruits).

    Actually had to put a jumper on today. So strange. But I’m glad for the cool change.

    Somebody’s been eating my newly planted Garzania seedlings. Maybe possums. Hopefully they’ll spring back. They seem pretty tough.

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    8 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane

    Yep tomato plant got run over lol. The little tomatoes were about the size of 5c pieces, so lots but not a huge amount of tomato. Still they're very sweet and tasty.

    I read somewhere about passionfruit vines with lots of leaves but no passionfruit fruits themselves. I can't recall what it was... maybe something to do with over fertilising or something like that.
    Do you usually have fruit this time of year?

    Ours was a Nelly Kelly variety of passionfruit and fruited in Winter if I recall correctly.
    HUGE fruit some the size of tennis balls. It'd be lovely to have that variety again. I think that vine "had a baby" lol a stray fruit grew into a vine but not sure of it's status atm.

    I'm going to look into buying an electric lawn mower tomorrow. Not much lawn but enough to look pretty rugged if I only use a whipper snipper lol. Can't wait to get the gardener back soon.

    I saw that the "Mickey Mouse" plants I thought were sweet looking shrubs are back. My gardener told me they're noxious weeds, so time to saw them off again and dig them out. They spread so easily and fast, it's hard to catch them before they grow big.

    And the "Tobacco Trees" are also coming back. Not happy lol. They're SO difficult to get rid of once they're in a garden. Each leaf has tiny soft spikes on them that can ALL be a seed for a new tree. When you cut the branches each flake of offcuts can become a tree too, so it takes really high maintenance with those too.

    I need to weed well before mowing so as not to spread this one most especially.

    My garden is 99% maintenance and not much else atm! Still it's nice to have the 1% from time to time potting up cuttings etc.

    Love EM

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    9 January 2021 in reply to ecomama

    Our passionfruit vine came up by itself so not sure what type it is. Come to think of it, not sure if I’ve ever seen flowers on it.

    We had another one growing over a different fence but it was actually the neighbour’s. It had heaps of lovely fruit. But they ended up removing the vine.

    Our previous place had very little grass and so much shade we could get away with not mowing for ages. We had a very old petrol mower that wasn’t particularly easy to use.

    When we moved here I bought an electric mower and I find it’s been great. Quieter, easy to use, no smelly petrol fumes.

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    9 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane
    Hi Lillylane and everyone did you know the name Passion fruit was originally called flor passionis which means flower passion or flor de Las Cinco llagas which is flower of the five wounds which reassemble the five wounds of Christ.
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    9 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane

    Great shout out for an electric mower. I had one many years ago and loved it but they're not sold here any more, sadly. That needed an cord.

    The one I'm hoping to get has a battery charger. My whipper snipper is the same brand but the charging pack / battery got wet so grrr. I had to borrow my daughter's stuff to use my whipper snipper then.

    I was going to buy a new charging pack etc but if it's the same one as the lawn mower then I may not have to. IDK yet lol.

    My neighbour loves hers, it's the same brand. She said it has trouble when the ground's too wet and can't cope with thick grass too well but she finds it easy to use.

    Hope I do lol!

    Hey Mark, that's lovely info about the passionfruit. Love that it relates to Christ, sad as that story is. I've always loved the Crucifix Orchid and didn't know what it meant when I was a child but LOVED the plant.
    Can't seem to get it to grow here but I've not got the patience to try atm either lol... my cup runneth over with chores.

    Lilly, maybe there's a thing going on with your passionfruit vine if you don't see flowers on it??
    Maybe Mark can guide you better? Mark?

    Another vine came up from the base of my passionfruit which turned out to be the vine it was grafted ON to. Grrr. Not a fan of grafted things for this very reason.
    It looked similar to a passionfruit but was a sterile vine of some type.

    I have to keep weeding it out now even tho the original passionfruit was destroyed years ago.

    The things we humans do that just cause more problems in the garden!

    Good luck with yours!

    EMxxxx

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    9 January 2021 in reply to ecomama
    Hi Em and Lillylane a passion fruit can take 18 monthd to3 years to fruit but I am wondering what fruit the seedling is from? If it is off an grafted variety it might not flower and fruit.Is it in the sun or shade? As the shade can restrict it from flowering.Pruning could encourage it to fruit as the flowers come on new growth.Giving it potash can encourage it to fruit.
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    9 January 2021 in reply to Matchy69

    Hi Mark and EM

    I had no idea of the meaning behind the original name for passionfruit!!
    I do really like the flowers but it’s been a while since I’ve seen one.
    Our vine gets lots of sun. I will try potash.

    I think if I actually sat down and watched the grass at the moment, I’d see it growing. So much growth with the rain.

    Today I finally got to tackle our garden bed at the front of the house. My goodness it was a thick weed jungle. Pushed myself to get it all done (cool weather helps!).

    It means now I can start from scratch and finally plan out where the new beds will be with herbs etc.

    Just wondering what others here use for edging your garden beds and/or paths?

    Hoping you all get some peaceful time in your gardens or favourite green space this weekend.

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    9 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane
    Hi Lillylane I use all sorts of things for ages all free.My neighbour saw me making garden beds and gave me a heap of plastic edging that he had under his house.It is good as you can do curves with it.I also have some old shopping rope that was given to my mother years ago and use it now as a garden edge.I also using logs here.I have used recycled bricks that were given to me.I love it when people give me things I will reuse
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    10 January 2021
    I saw my first field of sunflowers in full flower for this season .Beautiful site.A lot of the farms around here this time of year grow sunflowers.
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    10 January 2021 in reply to Matchy69
    What a lovely sight that must be - a whole field of cheery sunflowers! Do they grow them to harvest the seeds?
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    11 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane
    Hi Lillylane yes all grown to harvest the seeds.Many farms growing them here.It is such a magnificent site.
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    11 January 2021 in reply to Matchy69

    Oh I love sunflowers 🌻!
    I was just thinking about them today. Had an urge to paint sunflowers Van Gogh style- I have a print in my laundry.
    I shall have to plant some more. Or else find some fields!
    Em we have bits of fencing wire stuck all around the place to protect plants from chooks when they’re let out in the afternoons. I wonder if this would work for b turkey? And tunnels of it over my lettuces etc ( when I remember- tho sometimes the birds get there first)

    it’s nice reading about everyone’s gardens. I’m feeling quite lacklustre about mine, which is very different. Summer is not really very good here for being outside tho, and it’s either rainy or hot and humid.
    I have been harvesting some celery tho from a single plant- that feels like quite an achievement. And the basil is growing great. Lettuce too- thanks to all the cloud cover and rain.
    I have got sweet potato going wild under the lime tree, which is a bother as I know that citrus don’t like there roots to be disturbed. I probs shouldn’t have put cardboard down there to cover the grass- made it easy for the sweet potato to move in.
    not sure what to do now! Any suggestions Mark?

    cheers all,

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    11 January 2021 in reply to Jstar49
    Hi Jstar I know all about sweet potato growing everywhere.Mine has taken over after being dormant during winter.Mine is growing where my lime is.I have pulled it away from my lime but with the rain grew again everywhere.It probably won't get any tubers where you have put the cardboard down and you won't have to dig up tubers there.I have found my citrus arnt to bad with root disturbance.
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    12 January 2021 in reply to Jstar49

    Hey everyone

    Hey J* - I'm letting Papa Brush Turkey do his thang. I realised WHY all of a sudden he began digging up my Liriopes... the over flow from my tank out the front goes straight on to that Liriope family. (I planted ONE years ago and there are about 5 there now).
    So with all the water the roots became a bit more exposed so I'm sure the turkey smelt WORM TOWN! Then dug for them lol. He's settling down more with the drier weather.

    We have 2 resident turkeys, Papa and Morgana lol.
    But I've counted 14 in my garden at once. Noice.

    The ONLY way I was able to partially keep the turkeys out was to build huge fencing with steel reo THEN put dangling CDs shining in the wind, AND fake snakes hanging on the edges that I had to move around (omg SO FUNNY watching the turkeys jump when they saw a snake wiggling in the wind).. AND a Scarecrow dressed as me! Literally with my old clothes on. I had to move her around too.

    Too much fuss for now. Not doing that and I'm fine with it. I have a small potager garden area in my front garden I'll revive one say.

    I'm visually sectioning my garden off to build a LONG path down the side and a good third of my back yard for the cabin for later building. (Not doing anything there but clearing lantana, tree lopping etc).
    Then after the cabin's built maybe 5y time lol, I'll have terraces made left and right of my garden and go Balinese.
    Just plop in Ginger and Turmeric and whatever else I feel inclined to plant.

    The less the turkeys and chickens NOTICE the better. Putting food plants in disguised as ornamentals works well with alot of shielding etc.

    By then I also plan on having a BIG dog. One that will deter the foxes so the chickens can use their coop. And the dog will deter the Brush Turkeys from the back yard. Need good fences! A long while yet. My neighbours are almost 100yo and I would never pressure them into paying for fences.

    Long term goals because there's so much work to do and I won't be paying hundreds of thousands out to do it lol!

    Hey Lilly
    I use thick tree branches as borders. Tricky to find the right curves etc but a great option since they're from my own trees!

    Plus I have SO MANY recycled bricks and pavers. So when I want a neat edge I use those.

    I've also used rope and old garden hoses to give an outline for where the kids could rush their go karts, water slides etc down the slope lol.

    Back to filling my green bin, I got distracted the other day lol.

    Love EM

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    12 January 2021
    Hi Em foxes are everywhere these days and have had plenty of chickens taken by them over the years as well as carpet snakes.Where I am now you see foxes all the time but have made a pretty execute pen for them where they get locked up at night and the Fox's can't get them.They come in at night to take them.I have heaps of hares here to and cereal cats and dogs.Our poor native wildlife takes a beating.I use to as Koalas here once.
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    13 January 2021 in reply to Matchy69

    Thanks Mark!

    I knew you would have an answer for me lol! Funny how we have grown to rely upon your gardening advice.
    I can imagine you writing a gardening column for a local newspaper! That would be so informative!

    ok, so I’m thinking I will sacrifice any possible tubers that are directly under the lime tree, just in case, and pull out the runners. It hasn’t been there for long, so they would only be tiny anyhow. When the day cools down a bit I mite get down there. If it’s not bedtime that is!

    Gone from cool and wet to stinking hot and humid. I’m missing my aircon in my sewing room! But I am enjoying a kid free day so gona make the most of it.
    cheers

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    13 January 2021 in reply to Jstar49

    My post disappeared lol. All good.

    Yep hot and humid here too now. Got too much sun late yesterday afternoon, can't believe it lol.

    Have a tree guy coming over tomorrow arv to give me a quote for tree trimming out the front only. Compliance trimming for electrical wires. Beats them doing it and charging me a packet.

    YES! I can imagine Mark writing a Column too! A wealth of information Mark!

    Thankyou!

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    Hi all it's funny you said about me writing a column in the newspaper as today I had a phone call from someone from a plant club I use to be in asking me for some advice on a particular rare fruit tree I use to grow.She was reading and article from the internet I had done a few years ago about that fruit tree.So that was a bit of a suprise and I rejoined the club again.
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    14 January 2021 in reply to Matchy69

    Mark I am SO HAPPY you joined that Gardening Club again!
    WELL DONE YOU!

    Following your passion.....

    You'll make some lovely friends there.
    Nothing like GARDENING in common to give ppl lots to talk about!

    Great one Mark. That's awesome.

    My update is that the tree guy came over and he said $200 and I said When? and he said Now if you like?

    I LIKE!

    So he went for it! He said it would take him about 10 mins (famous last words lol) and he was up those trees and cutting away for over an hour.

    While he was chainsawing I trimmed my Buxus and Photinia hedges and they looked NEAT until now there are branches in huge piles in front of them lol.

    Green bin's full.

    He was GREAT!
    Will definitely use him next time.

    Happy days!

    EMxxxx

    I began shifting the branches but got interrupted by kid's car trips then the rain!

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    14 January 2021 in reply to ecomama
    Hi Em the club is 2 and half hours away and won't be going to the meetings when they start having them again.I might go to field days if they have some near me or contribute to the news letter again.I use to go to the meetings when I lived closer and go with my mother when she was alive.
    Take care ,
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    15 January 2021 in reply to Matchy69
    Hi Mark,

    It’s great to hear your article and knowledge has helped others and it’s led to you rejoining the plant group. Hopefully even though it’s a long way away, you still get to enjoy some benefits.

    I find I start to relax and get far less anxious when someone starts to talk to me about gardening.

    Hey EM, it’s amazing watching tree people in action, isn’t it?! I certainly couldn’t do what they do.

    I have 3 Lilly pillies on the south side of my house, and they have gotten quite tall, looking for the sun. I love them but worry about the very long skinny trunks possibly snapping in the wind or something. May have to get the tree peeps in at some point.

    Hope you had a lovely day to yourself Jstar.
    I’m extra exhausted today for some reason. Don’t know if it’s just the heat affecting everyone in my household. I’m not tolerating high-pitched noise very well. And it’s hard to avoid. I can usually tune noise out when I need to, but not today. I did get my iron levels tested but they came back as fine.

    Something I did enjoy today - my five year olds and I got to taste our first home-grown strawberries! Yum! Well I only got a little bite of one actually. But there are more growing.

    I think I’ve been bitten by the ‘bug’ and want to buy about fifty more plants.
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    15 January 2021 in reply to Lillylane
    Lilly strawberryies are great to grow.I have a patch for my son that he picks when ready.I have a few different varieties in.Interedting thing the strawberry is not a berry.The fruit is what is called an aggregate accesssory fruit.The seeds on the strawberries are actually the fruit so has multiple fruit in one berry.
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    16 January 2021 in reply to Matchy69

    Hey Mark, yeah it's a bit far to go to Meetings! But We all benefit so much from your vast knowledge and experience so I guess now we have to share you?

    Oh okay... lol... we'll share.

    The Newsletter is a great way to keep in touch. Do they have an Online Group?

    Going to things close will be fun, when you can.

    Hey Lilly

    Strawberries are so lovely to grow! I had a "Berry Patch" when the kids were little. I'd turned a square structure into a sand pit, then the kids grew up, so it became a Berry Patch with Strawbs and Raspberries .... now the Cape Gooseberries took over and I didn't plant those seeds anywhere NEAR there.

    My steel reo "cage" to cage them in did well till the birds worked it out lol... the I put chicken wire over it to stop them pecking through and getting all the fruit.

    You may find that your strawbs send out runners to get new plants?
    We got our plants from 2 places; The Community Garden and Freecycle.
    When people needed to THIN out their patches, they'd offer them for free (lucky them! lol).

    You're inspiring me Lilly! Maybe I'll revisit that patch.

    Yes our hugest Lilly Pilly is on her way out, sadly. The thinnest branches are hovering over my precious orange tree ugh! So that's the next job for someone. Last time I cut a huge branch out, I caught it and slipped a few discs.... so I need help to do it next time lol.

    love EM

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    16 January 2021 in reply to ecomama
    Hi Em the newsletter they put out is every 2 months.I have done few articles over the years that are in it.When I google my name all these articles I have done come up.I don't know if I got the mental capacity to do articles these days.
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