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June 30, 2013

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Denise Spicer-Boyes

Brilliant idea - we only have a small section but already have planted a plum, mandarin, feijoa and passionfruit - had a small crop this year but next year they will be overflowing with produce. We plan on placing a box at the gate for our neighbours to come and help themselves

mandyb

i got feijoa and lemon!!! but they never seem to work!!! lol!!!

Doreen Hardy

Funny you should write this Trina because I was having a similar conversation a couple of days ago. My grandkids are lucky to go to a school with extensive (and I mean extensive) grounds. They have beautiful roses lined up outside the walls of the hall. Why aren't they edible plants. They have a few shade trees around the perimeter. There is room for an orchard, a vineyard. So come on schools, you get with it too. Have a donate an edible plant week and ask parents to bring something along. Go Trina. You're always on the mark for me.

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