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  • #535819
    elvin
    elvin
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    I’m back too. 🙂  Haven’t visited for a while.

    #477957
    elvin
    elvin
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    Great toms!!!….but whats the chicken wicken bit??????

    #460682
    elvin
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    Choko fruit is quite shiny. Moth vine fruit, is more a dull grey green with white sap.

    #460677
    elvin
    elvin
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    Yeps, definately moth vine. Don’t get the milky sap on you, it can be very irritating to the skin. The fruit is full of very fine feathery type seeds that fly everywhere.

    #460145
    elvin
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    Looks like a Kangaroo Apple. One of the Solanum family. A native.

    #454806
    elvin
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    I agree with Magpie. So long as your compost bin is placed on the ground stand back and the worms will come. These are probably garden worms that you will find in soil. The worms you buy for the worm farm aren’t earthworms and will probably not survive in the compost bin.

    I have been using a compost screw for a few years. Less back breaking when turning over the heap. :tup:

    #453541
    elvin
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    Watch for drops of sap on the skin. Makes me really itchy.:(

    #451251
    elvin
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    Yep Lillypilly. The ones here are a darker colour too. They have a crispness about them with a fresh taste. Often used to make jam.

    #449001
    elvin
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    Blackberry nightshade. Pulls out easily. Green seeds ripen to black and are spread by birds.

    #448746
    elvin
    elvin
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    The first 2 both look like citrus. Maybe crush and smell the leaves, and cut open fruit. No 3 looks familiar but escapes memory at the moment.

    #448160
    elvin
    elvin
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    Yes, its a chook 😉

    #448188
    elvin
    elvin
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    What a great Christmas present!!:tup::tup:

    #445036
    elvin
    elvin
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    Love it :clap::clap: Unfortunately my neighbours just took out the eucalypt that was next to my place. My possums and birds don’t have a landing place now. :(:(

    #445052
    elvin
    elvin
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    Bargain!!!! :tup::tup:

    #443795
    elvin
    elvin
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    Possums, bandicoots, blue tongues, leapord slugs. Nice to have some wildlife in the big smoke though. 😉

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