Croydon Food Swap

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September 2014 Swap


The start of spring has brought us Hebe cuttings, vietnamese mint, goji berry cuttings, limes, sage, collard greens, protea flowers, parsley, used coffee grounds, cooking and gardening magazines, chicken eggs, asparagus, lettuce, kale, silver beet and sunshine!

We had some fun with turning toilet paper tubes and old newspapers into seed pots.  For the origami instructions, please check out How to Make Origami Newspaper Seedling Pots | For Greenies.


3 thoughts on “September 2014 Swap

  1. Hi Karen, what a day! Looks like it was a beautiful day for the swap. The photos are great and inspiring. See you next month. Dino

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