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    BobbeeBobbee
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    :hug: s to narelleh.

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    kerriebkerrieb
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    Cucumbers, lettuce, purple king beans, cukes, a couple of tomatoes.

    Not having much luck with the tomatoes this year. They’re late and I’ve had to pull half out with wilts. Most years I might have one sucumb.

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    narellehnarelleh
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    i just love home grown cues

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    RommieRommie
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    Lots of lovely fresh oregano (to be turned into oregano and parmesan flatbread!)

    Do blackberries count if you didn’t grow them yourself? (Harvested from the side of the road! :whistle: )

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    porgeyporgey
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    Lettuce, Nectarine city, silverbeet, carrots, parsnip seed, beetroot, echinacea, parsley, chives, tomatoes, asparagus, basil, rocket, beans, sweet corn, maize, Sugarloaf Pippin apples, carrots, and a few unwanted Oxalis. The birds are loving the nectarines and apples so am having a bit of a processing day and stewing some fruit and making some veg salads for the week.

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    narellehnarelleh
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    re dinner snack of grumichama’s and mulberries – not sure which is nicer :whistle:

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    SnagsSnags
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    had my first grumichama today whoo hoo

    and some rocket chillies,not much growing due to drought and flood

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    narellehnarelleh
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    yeah Snags the rain followed too closely on our flowering of the Grumichama and alot have not developed 🙁 and my mouth was watering at the thought…..

    yeah not much else here either :shrug:

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    BronBron
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    passionfruit are ripening so had one yesterday. other than that, nothing it ready. wasn’t any point in getting anything planted cos over summer, it all dies anyway. This year has been more ‘build up that poor, poor soil’ than anything else. There might be some sweet potato and come winter, we’ll have a lot of oranges (navels and an old fashioned, full of juice one), mandarins and lemons.

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    porgeyporgey
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    A few more cherry tomatoes, nectarines, lettuce bush beans.

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    busylizziebusylizzie
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    narelleh post=353424 wrote: yeah Snags the rain followed too closely on our flowering of the Grumichama and alot have not developed 🙁 and my mouth was watering at the thought…..

    yeah not much else here either :shrug:

    Have never heard of these, what are they Narelleh?

    Not much planted this season put today picked a few more kgs of Plums, Tommies, some Raspberries and Wild Blackberries.

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    narellehnarelleh
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    grumichama’s are a south amercian food i think. They are ike a tropical cherry. It flowered only a few weeks ago and the fruit are ready already – they are just devine :tup:

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    SnagsSnags
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    I had 4 more today, love them they taste like a cross between real cherry and strawberry jam.

    Mine are fruiting and flowering at the same time.

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    narellehnarelleh
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    i had to share with DH Snags and we only has a good handful 🙁

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    porgeyporgey
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    Peas, corn, nectarines, lettuce, silverbeet, beetroot, apples, Chilean guava, carrots, beans, potatoes, asparagus, cucumber squash & zucchini.

    After a few attempts I have finally been able to get a yellow zucchini (male) to cross pollinate a female light green squash to create a yellowish squash. I know there are lots of yellow squash out there but its been a fun challenge crossing within the same species.

    Anyone know a great sweet corn recipe?

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