Testimonials Shop News Specials Catalogue Contact Forum Blog My Account My Edibles
Herbs and Vegegatables
Herbs and VegegatablesHedge and Screen PackNative MT buy 3 get 1 FREEBuy 3 get 1 free

Bobbles's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location:


* You need your own My Edibles Page to contribute Quick & Easy

Fruit Tree Forum Contributions

Bobbles Forum Contributions
Selling our growing land - Amanda, your arguments are not coherent and thus it is very difficult to understand if you are seeking knowledge, or just frustrated. It almost seems that once your initial concerns are rebutted you move onto other issues. Ownership or investment of a b..2838 days 20hrs
Selling our growing land - Thanks Mike, I guess I’m being a bit of a hypocrite and inciting drama about the “urban sprawl” whilst trying to temper the “foreign ownership fears”! To be honest I can see the patches of bush become brand new estates and the big trees disappear (what wi..2839 days 14hrs
Selling our growing land - I’m aware of the constitutional requirement relating to the government seizing assets – that is why I said it was a big deal. (The government does regularly seize assets ... thing of all the highways and roads that are put in each year). However I include..2839 days 15hrs
Selling our growing land - If a foreign entity (individual, or a company) wishes to purchase land or assets in Australia, it needs to be approved by the FIRB (Foreign Investment Review Board). Yup, even if someone is here for a few years on a working visa and wants to buy their own..2839 days 20hrs
Black mulberry question - Hi db, I cannot speak for Brisbane but the black English has a rich sweet flavour whilst the red shahtoot has a more tart flavour. Both very nice. Many a great childhood memory involves me covered head to toe in sticky mulberry juice. They are very toug..2843 days 16hrs


Other People who Recently Added Plants to My Edible Backyard