Postby herbman on Sun 7/Sep/08 10:12pm

istepinyards wrote:
Getting vegetables is why Woolworths and Coles was invented
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fuck that i know what we sell them................
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Postby istepinyards on Sun 7/Sep/08 10:15pm

herbman wrote:
istepinyards wrote:
Getting vegetables is why Woolworths and Coles was invented
.

Stepper Life 101


fuck that i know what we sell them................
I mash most of them anyway and after 10 schooners it all tastes the same anyway.

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Postby Astoria Paranoia on Sun 7/Sep/08 10:17pm

Butch wrote:Fecking agapanthas running riots grumble grumble :hmmm:


If you think you have a problem you should see my pereniums :0
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Postby Oli on Sun 7/Sep/08 10:18pm

:D
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Postby Butch on Sun 7/Sep/08 10:40pm

Eww.
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Postby dented on Mon 8/Sep/08 2:02am

Tugboat wrote: I thought this thread might have been about a different sort of gardening.

:lol:
No minge trimmage discussion here Tugboat.
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Postby scatter on Mon 8/Sep/08 7:31am

Butch wrote:
scatter wrote: I love gardening :blush:
There's something carthartic about weeding.


Well then, HAVE I GOT A DEAL FOR YOU!! :D


Think of a suitable renumeration then we'll talk :sneaky:
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Postby Jono on Mon 8/Sep/08 8:04am

Philthy wrote: The best tool i've found for weeding out them dirty old agapanthas is an axe. Very satisfying.


Yar - I removed about 5 cubic meters of the bastards with a grubber at our old house. The new place has a massive infestation on the bank next to the driveway, but I'm leaving it until I sort out the vege garden around the back and the lawn out the front.

I'm thinking of using the grubber on the aloe plants we've got too - there is a massive on (about 3m tall) that fell over in a recent storm that is just asking to be cut into pieces and taken away somewhere...
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Postby Tinkerbell on Mon 8/Sep/08 8:12am

These seeds have been recommended to me by some vege garden officianados, apparently they are the business. http://www.kingsseeds.co.nz/
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Postby Tama on Mon 8/Sep/08 8:16am

Our garlics are going off right now :thumbsup:

But I reckon we need a few more hot days before the rest of the garden catches up :hmmm:
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Postby Bigfoot on Mon 8/Sep/08 9:26am

I was out watering and it hit me; fresh tomatoes, fresh basil, fresh prawns... now to just make some fresh pasta and I think dinner is served...
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Postby Spokes on Mon 8/Sep/08 9:34am

Bigfoot wrote: I was out watering and it hit me; fresh tomatoes, fresh basil, fresh prawns... now to just make some fresh pasta and I think dinner is served...


You grow fresh pasta?

Wow, can I have some seeds?
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Postby phunk on Mon 8/Sep/08 9:36am

What part of make some fresh pasta is confusing for you?

Stop inhaling arsenic!
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Postby Spokes on Mon 8/Sep/08 9:38am

phunk wrote:

Stop inhaling arsenic!


Im not, Im using it to kill all the damn noisey birds.........
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Postby Trail on Mon 8/Sep/08 9:40am

scatter wrote: I love gardening :blush:
There's something carthartic about weeding.


Ha, if you think weeding is cathartic you should try some power gardening!! Bought a hedge trimmer the other day... chewed a mass of honeysuckle hedge that has not been hacked for the last 10 years into shape in about 30 mins yesterday!! :thumbsup:
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