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2002

Vol 2, Issue 1

Vol 2, Issue 2

Vol 2, Issue 3

Vol 2, Issue 4

Vol 2, Issue 5


2003

Vol 3, Issue 1

Vol 3, Issue 2

Vol 3, Issue 3

Vol 3, Issue 4

Vol 3, Issue 5


2004

Vol 4, Issue 1

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Vol 4, Issue 3

Vol 4, Issue 4

Vol 4, Issue 5

Vol 4, Issue 6


2005

Vol 5, Issue 1

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Vol 5, Issue 4

Vol 5, Issue 5

Vol 5, Issue 6


2006

Vol 6, Issue 1

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Vol 6, Issue 4

Vol 6, Issue 5


2007

Vol 7, Issue 1

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Vol 7, Issue 4

Vol 7, Issue 5

Vol 7, Issue 6


2008

Vol 8, Issue 1

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Vol 8, Issue 4

Vol 8, Issue 5

Vol 8, Issue 6


2009

Vol 9, Issue 1

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Vol 9, Issue 4

Vol 9, Issue 5

Vol 9, Issue 6


2010

Vol 10, Issue 1

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Vol 10, Issue 4

Vol 10, Issue 5

Vol10, Issue 6


2011

Vol 11, Issue 1

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Vol 11, Issue 4

Vol 11, Issue 5


2012

Vol 12, Issue 1

Vol 12, Issue 2

Vol 12, Issue 3

Vol 12, Issue 4

Vol 12, Issue 5

Vol 12, Issue 6


2013

Vol 13, Issue 1

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Vol 13, Issue 4

Vol 13, Issue 5

Vol 13, Issue 6


2014

Vol 14, Issue 1

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Vol 14, Issue 5

Vol 14, Issue 6


2015

Vol 15, Issue 1

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Vol 15, Issue 5

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2016

Vol 16, Issue 1

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Vol 16, Issue 4

Vol 16, Issue 5

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2017

Vol 17, Issue 1

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Vol 17, Issue 3

Vol 17, Issue 4

Vol 17, Issue 5

Vol 17, Issue 6


2018

Vol 18, Issue 1

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Vol 18, Issue 3

Vol 18, Issue 4

Vol 18, Issue 5

Vol 18, Issue 6


2019

Vol 19, Issue 1

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Vol 19, Issue 5

Vol 19, Issue 6


2020

Vol 20, Issue 1

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Vol 20, Issue 3

Vol 20, Issue 4

Vol 20, Issue 5

Vol 20, Issue 6


2021

Vol 21, Issue 1

Vol 21, Issue 2



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-A-

ABC Gardening Aust. Expo (6-3) 7-9 

- Pete’s tips (6-3) p8, 9 

- Angus Stewart Tips (6-3) p19 

- kudjura, the bush tomato (2-3) p7, 8 


ABC Radio 612; Gardening hour, ideas for segments (9-6) p8

Abiu, note (14-3) p8

Acknowledgement & thanks (8-2) p7

African Tree Wisteria, article (14-6) p11

Agapanthus, a thank you (7-1) p8

AGM Host Garden May 2nd (9-2) p6

Airconditioner, sustainable living (7-5) p15

Algae Killer, recipe (10-2) p9

Allen, George; article, Fruit trees for SEQ (10-2) p2-4

All purpose cleaners, homemade (7-6) p14 

Aloes, article (10-2) p8

Alison’s Garden (5-1) p8


Alroc:

Alroc, Nutri-Store Gold Products; a talk (8-2) p4

Alroc, new powder form (9-2) p11

Alroc No.1 mix & tick control for animals (9-1) p5


Amazing Cucumber, The; article (10-5) p9

American Hybrid Grapes (10-2) p2

Amish Bread – Sour Dough; starter, recipe (11-1) p10

An Ice Surprise; article (11-3) p8

Animal Health; herbs for (11-5) p13-14

Anthracnose (13-3) p6

Ambarella (2-4) p16

Amnigro, fertiliser dilution rates (6-3) p5 

Animal self storage systems (5-3) p11 


Ants:

-Ants (2-5) p4

-Ant Attack; article (8-1) p10

-Ants, natural pest control (8-1) p10


Antipodean Astro Calendar (6-1) p7, 8 

Aphids (2-5) p4; (3-3) p9

Apple Tree - For SEQ climate (7-5) p16  Golden Dorset, collar rot (7-5) p16 

Apples – Why Eat Them; Article, Tom Baster (15- 5) p4

Apricots, drying (1-3) p4

A real Native Flavour in your Garden; article (8-1) p7-9 

Aratula Winter Harvest Festival (14-4) p7 

Arracha (14-4) p5


Arrowroot:

Arrowroot (4-3) p4, 5

Arrowroot, how to cook (9-1) p15

Arrowroot, how I cook; article/photos (10-3) p9


Asparagus:
Asparagus (2-1) p3, 5; (5-4) p17

Asparagus, top tip for growers (7-5) p9 

Asparagus, quick tips (13-6) p12

Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis), how to grow (10-1) p14(10-2) p7


Assassin Bug (16-6) p11


Aubergines:

Aubergines, recipes (2-1) p10 ; (7-3) p16 

Aubergines, storing (7-3) p9


Australian Bush Flower Essences, article (10-4) p9

Australian Botanical Art (12-6) p8-9

Autumn in the Garden (6-2) p17

Autumn Garden, the; article (11-3) p11

Autumn Planting, article (7-2) p9


Avocado:

Avocado, (2-3) p6, 7

Avocado, recipe (7-3) p17


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Babaco growing (7-5) p6 

Bait plants (2-5) p4


Bamboo:

-clumping (3-4) p4-6; (6-5) p15 (7-2) p11

-note (14-3) p8

-Shoots, preparation of (8-1) p13

-Talk, Sept Meeting; Jean Wheatley (15-6) p5-6


Banana:

-Bunchy Top; virus disease (14-4) p14-15

-Bunch Top; help to eradicate (15-2) p10

-growing (3-6) p7, 8
-recipe (2-4) p22; (3-5) p20


Bandicoots, how to deter (12-6) p11

Bank details for payments online (12-3) p3

Barney View; Sept Host Garden directions (8-4) p10

Basella alba – malabar spinach (12-6) p9

Basket Making (5-2) p15
Baths, refresher (3-1) p14

Bath & Tile cleaner (7-6) p14
Bauhinia, spreading tree (6-3) p10

Bauers Organic Garden tour, what we learnt (8-5) p11

Bay Leaf (6-2) p5


Beans: (11-3) p11  

-avoiding bean fly (8-4) p8 

-growing out of shape (8-3) p3  

-Madagascar (2-3) p5(7-2) p7

-orange spot (7-5) p17

Beaudesert Eco Expo 2008-Ideas for: (8-2) p16

Be careful what you tread in, article (10-4) p18

Beelarong Community Centre (6-4) p5

Bees:

-Frighten Bugs (9-5) p10

-native, article (8-5) p13

-Bee Brains; article (11-3) p9
-in your garden, Gardening with Ross (11-1) p8

-Hotel, Lesley’s; photo (16-6) p12

-swarming (16-5) p8

Beetroot (Beta Vulgaris): (3-1) p12-13 ; (3-2) p18

-benefits of (15-2) p8

-talk on (14-4) p-9-10

Beijing, How Sustainable (5-4) p5, 6

Bellis (7-4) p7

Believe if or not, Ripleys (10-1) p11

Betony (2-5) p14, 15

Bev MacFarlane - Remembrance Article (16-3) p3

Bhindi, recipe (7-1) p15

Biochar, Article pt 1, (8-3) p9; pt 2 (8-4) p5

Bi-Carbonate of Soda, cleaning use (7-6) p14

Biodegradable Plastic Bags (3-6) p12 

Bio-dynamic Agriculture (5-3) p14-16

Biogas home plant (16-3) p6-7

Bio-Weed (9-2) p11

Birds, are they telepathic? (4-2) p5, 6

Birds with Sandra Gallienne (12-6) p5-6

Biscuits, recipe (3-6) p14; (4-4) p 14-15(7-5) p12

Bitter Melon, Momordica Charantia; article (14-1) p6

Black garlic; article (14-3) p6

Black nightshade or poisonberry (10-1) p6 

Black Radish (10-1) p14

Black Soldier Fly Bio-Pod; article (13-1) p5 ; article (8-6) p8

Blake, Tom, photo with sweet potato cluster (9-3) p11

Bleach, alternatives (3-1) p14

Blood & Bone, Richgro (6-4) p10

Blueberries (10-2) p4

Blue Hills Poultry Stud Excursion Notice (9-3) p15

Boab tree, giant (12-3) p9

Bolusanthus speciosus, African tree wisteria; article (14-6) p11

Bore water, treatment of; article (12-6) p12  ; update (14-2) p8

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Book Reviews & Recommendations: 

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Boonah Garden Club (5-3) p12-14

Borax; cleaning use (7-6) p14

Borers in Stag Horns (9-1) p16

Bore water, treatment of; update (13-1) p3

Botanical Name of Tree Spinach (9-2) p11

Bottles & Jars, recycling of (7-3) p13

Brandy, Rosella (3-2) p17 

Brassicas (11-3) p11

Brazilian Spinach, answer for problem corner (7-3) p14  ; (14-4) p4

Brazilian Guava (Psidium guineense) (10-1) p5

Bread Additives (5-6) p7, 8 

Brix Meter (refractometer) info about (15-2) p9

Broad Beans (6-2) p9  ;   (11-4) p8 ; King Parrots); article (10-5) p17-18 ; not setting fruit (8-4) p8

Broccoli, recipe (4-4) p14  ; storing (7-3) p9

Broody Hens, (15-4) p5

Brugmansia, article (11-2) p13-14

Buddah’s Hand (Citrus Medica) picture of (11-2) p12 ; article, photo (13- 3) p7

Buff-banded Rail; Rallus philippensis (12-5) p6

Builder, recommendation for (7-2) p8

Bullock, Gavin; guest speaker (9-6) p3

Bungle Bungles; Liz & Brian at, article (8-3) p13

Bush Tucker:

Dianella berries (12-1) p9

Bunya nuts, growing (3-1) p5, 6 , (9-1) p12 ; recipe (3-1) p16,17,18  ;article (14-1) p7

Finger Lime (3-3) p14

Gourmet (8-2) p14, 15
Midjim Berry (2-1) p8
Tomato, the bush (2-3) p7, 8

Butter; replacing with olive oil (12-3) p6

Butterflies in the Garden (5-6) p17; (6-2) p10

Butterflies, plants for in SEQ (10-1) p12

Butterfly, Richmond Birdwing (7-5) p11

Bush Flower Essences; article (10-5) p5



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Cabbage (10-5) p16 ; recipes (7-5) p12; (7-6) p17

Cabbage Moths (11-2) p9

Cacti (7-4) p10

Calendar, Brian Keats (6-1) p7, 8

Camping/Caravanning Loo Alternative (5-5) p5

Cane Toad (4-5) p8; (6-2) p16 ; Spawn (10-5) p19

Canistel (Pouteria campechiana) (10-2) p3 , note (14-3) p7, 8

Capers from Nasturtium Seeds (13-5) p6

Capsicum (4-2) p11

Car Jack Olive pressing (1-3) p2, 3
Car conversion to LPG Sustainable living (7-4) p6 

Card making (7-6) p16

Carroll, Lewis ; verse ; Jabberwocky (12-1) p4

Carpet, toxic chemicals (5-6) p 9
Carpet, deodorise (3-1) p13; (7-6) p14

Carraway (8-4) p13

Carrots:

-Carrots (11-3) p11

-Carrot seed ; planting of (12-2) p8

-Carrot Pulp; uses for (14-5) p11

-Carrots, storing (7-3) p9


Cassava (14-4) p4

Case Moths, article (12-4) p9

Caterpillars (2-5) p4 ; in Tree Ferns (9-1) p16

Cats; how to keep out of garden (8-3) p11 ;  Litter, usage for (5-5) p5

C.A.T. Centre of Alternative Technology (3-6) p11, 12

Cauliflowers, stunted (7-5) p16

Cayratia clematidea-slender grape (12-3) p15 

CD, Pruning Fruit Trees (3-5) 2, 3 

Cedar Creek Sch. Edible Food Garden (8-2) p13 ;  School visit, gift for (11-2) p12

Cedar, shavings (^-3) p9
Celebrant (6-5) p18
Celery, keeping crisp (7-6) p18 ; Tendercrisp; article (14-1) p3

Cera trap for fruit fly (12-2) p6

Ceramic tiles, clean (3-1) p13

Ceylon Hill Gooseberry/Rose Myrtle (Rhodomyrtus Tomentosa) (10-2) p2

Ceylon Spinach, Malabar climbing Spinach. 2012 - somewhere....check ******

Changing Suburbia, Water (3-3) p12, 13 

Charcoal; Biochar article pt 1 (8-3) p9 pt. 2 (8-4) p5

Charcoal, making of; article (16-4) p7

Chaya or Tree Spinach (16-1) p11

Cheese Making, Demo/information (16-5) p5-6

Cheese, recipe (4-2) p14(7-5) p13

Cheesecake, recipe (7-6) p17

Cherry Guava (9-1) p12

Cherry of the Rio Grande (Eugenia aggregate) (10-2) p3

Chestnut, (Guyana,Malabar ,Saba) (3-2) p14; (6-4) p6 

Chestnut Sprouts, recipe (6-4) p6
Chestnut, water (6-5) p7
Channel-bill Cuckoo, article (7-2) p8

Chicken:

-Chicken, recipe (5-6) p16

-Chook feeder, automatic (10-1) p8

-Chook Farm; pictorial (14-6) p8-9
-Chooks, I’m a mother again; article/photo (14-4) p8


Chopping Board, disinfect (3-1) p13 

Chillingham Bush Tucker Excursion Notice (9-4) p13

Children’s Page:

(4-3) p10; (4-4) p9, 10; (4-5) p11, 12 - (4-6) p10; 

(5-1) p11; (5-2) P 18; - (5-3) p 19; (5-4) p18; (5-5) p17;(5-6) p19; 

(6-1) p16; 

Chilli:

-Chilli (4-2) p 11

-Chilli, freezing (6-5) p4
-Chilli Jam (3-3) p17-18
-Chilli, Wine (3-3) p18; (5-2) p 17

-Chilli, recipes (7-3) p16-17

-Chillis; their uses; article (13-1) p6

-Chillies, handy hint (14-1) p6


Chinese Paulownias (8-5) p14

Chinese Water Chestnuts (1-3) p1 - Anyone have a copy of this please send me a copy (Haeley)
Chives, onion & garlic (2-2) p12-13
Chocolate balls, recipe (7-6) p18

Chokos:

-Chokos (12-2) p7

-Choko, recipe (1-2) p3; (6-1) p15; (6-3) p17 

-Chokos, usage (13-3) p11

-Chokos alias Chayote Etc; article (14-3) p10-11


Chopping Board, disinfect (3-1) p13 

Christmas:  

-Christmas Breakfast photo gallery (7-6) p4

-Gifts; quick & easy homemade (7-6) p16(8-6) p4

-Native plants for (2-5) p17,18

-Recipes (2-5) p18, 19; (3-6) p13; (4-6) p9; (5-1) p9

-Christmas pudding, mini, recipe (7-6) p16

-Christmas goodies (8-6) p13 

-Christmas Breakfast 2011 (12-1) p14


Chutney, recipe (7-3) p17

Cinnamon; mention (8-6) p4

Citrus:

- pests (2-1) p8-9; (2-5) p4 

- problems (6-4) p12(8-4) p8

- leaf problems, yellowing & curled (9-2) p11 

- which is best (9-4) p6

- preventing mould (14-6) p9


Citronella geranium (14-4) p5

Cleaning:

-Cleaners, Green (3-1) p13, 14
-Cleaning Agents; homemade (7-6) p14

-Cleaner, all purpose; recipe for (12-1) p9 

-Cleaning the Driveway (7-6) p13


Climate change- consequences; article (13-2) p5

Climate Change – is it making us fatter? (16-4) p9

Cloth Nappies, modern (11-3) p6

Clove; mention (8-6) p4

CO2; plants grow better; an experiment (13-1) p5

Cobblers Peg (9-3) p10

Cockroaches (2-5) p 4
Coconut, recipe (3-6) p13
Coco peat (5-3) p9-10

Cocos Palm fronds, use of (8-5) p14

Codling Moth (2-5) P4-5

Coffee Beans; processing of (12-1) p12

Coffee, snail/slug repellent (3-5) p18

Coeliac Disease (3-6) 10-11 ; Coeliac, recipes for (3-6) p11

Colby-Williams, Jerry (7-4) p7

Comfrey (4-2) p12, 13 ;  (14-4) p4

Commelina Diffusa: wandering Jew (9-3) p10

Companion Planting (2-5) p5 ; Chart (14-4) p13

Compost:

-Composting (2-5) p12-14; (3-5) p17; (5-2) 7-8 

-Heap, poem (3-6) p9, 10
-Herbs (5-1) p6

-in 18 days (9-6) p5

-Weeds (5-5) p16

-Workshop with Ross (11-4) p11

-FCX; Ged Plunkett, Summary (14-6) p3-4


Community Garden, creation of (3-1) p6-7 

Community Garden, Stanmore Bridge (4-3) p9 

Competition; tomato, largest (5-2) p5
Condy’s Crystals (2-5) p5

Contemplation, a time for; Jean Wheatley, Article (13-3) p8

Conveyor Matting, uses for (15-1) p7

Convoy to collect mulch; photos (11-4) p15

Coriander (3-1) p6-7
Cordial, lemon (2-2) p11(7-3) p10

Cordial, Rosella (3-6) p13 

Cordylines with mealy bugs (9-1) p16

Corn, sweet (2-4) p10 ; (6-4) p10

Corn, information on; article/photo (14-3) p13

Cough Mixture, natural (1-3) p3

Council Recliners, picture (15-3) p13

Cowpea, reference to, photo (7-2) p12

Cow Udder Tree, uses of (9-1) p16

Creative Recycling: 

-A Scarecrow (9-3) p5

-Outside Tub Project (9-3) p6

-Truck Tyres in Thailand (9-3) p6

-Pillowcases (9-5) p16

-Plastic Milk Cartons (9-5) p16


Creeping Christian (9-3) p10

Creole Celery Root (14-4) p5

Crotalaria (14-4) p5

Crop Rotation (2-5) p5,p8,p9 

Crop Rotation explained (9-3) p7-8

Crows-v-Toads (4-5) p8
Cuckoo, channel-bill, article (7-2) p8

Cucumber seeds, how to save (11-1) p6

Cucumber (10-5) p9

Cucumber, recipe (5-3) p18

Cucurbitaceae Family, the (13-3) p5-6

Cumin; a spicy history; article (15-1) p10

Cultural Methods, pest, control of (2-5) p5 

Cundle, Peter; white oil recipe (8-4) p8

Currumbin Eco Village (3-5) p12

Custard Apple Seeds, Recycling of (7-3) p8

Custard Apple, spotty & not growing well (9-1) p16

Cuttings & seeds, article (7-4) p4

Cuttings; newsletter Invasive Plant list (8-2) p9

Cuts & abrasions, antiseptic (3-1) p14 

Cutworm (2-5) p 5



-D-

Daffodils in Brisbane; article/photo (14-5) p5

Damara sheep (7-3) p12

Dandelion (8-2) p15 ; (7-4) p15

Daneel’s Canadian Trip (12-4) p10an update (15-4) p7

Datura & Brugmansia? What‘s the difference; Article (11-2) p13-14

Davidson’s Plum (Davidsonia Pruriens) (8-1) p7-8

Davis, Ross; invitation to his garden (7-4) p12 

Decorative use for old Wine Press (7-6) p11

Deegan, Ann, Computer Services (7-1) p16 

De-seeding Tool, Rosella (3-2) p11-12 

Dianella berries (12-1) p9

Diseases:

-Chooks (3-6) p8-9
-Coeliac Disease (3-6) p10-11 

-Compost tea, for (3-1) p8-10 

-Fungal (2-5) p6
-Tomato (2-4) p10-15
-Plant Material (2-5) p5
-Powdery Mildew, spray for (3-1) p5

-Disease prevention, role of fibre; article (16-5) p7

Diatomaceous Earth: (7-4) p13,  ;  (10-3) p4

–An Amorphous Silica; article (11-3) p12-13

–For Poultry (16-6) p10

Dioscorea Alata (Winged/Purple Yam) (14-4) p7-8
Diascorea discolor (15-2) p6
Disc Plough, 3 point linkage, for loan (9-3) p15

Dips, recipe (7-3) p17

Disinfectant, (7-6) p14

DIY PH Tester (9-5) p11

Djanbung Gardens (5-5) p14

Dracaena; article (13-5) p7

Drain cleaner, (7-6) p14

Driveway Cleaning (7-6) p13

Dog Bane (4-4) p8
Dogs: (2-5) p 5; looking after, article (7-1) p10Dog & Frog dilemma (16-3) p11

Don‟t just plant a garden, plant an environment,article (9-6) p9

Dragon Fruit:

article; Marg Arnold (13-4) p3

Dragon Fruit Farm; Orchid Nursery; Finger-Lime & Lime Farm; (13-2) p10

note (14-3) p8

Dried Fruit, dangers of (5-6) p10 

Drought:

-Angels (16-4) p9

-in a Heritage Garden, article (7-3) p10 

-Tolerance; plants/fruit article (14-2) p4-5

Drumstick Tree (14-4) p5

Drying Plums or Apricots (1-3) p4 

Ducks (4-2) p8-9

Duck for Christmas; article, Sue Morris (16-6) p6

Duck weed, information of (8-6) p8

Dumplings, golden, recipe (7-3) p17

Durian, note (14-3) p8


-E-

Earth Dam, use of (5-4) p15

Earthling Enterprises, plants for butterflies (10-1) p12
Earthworms (5-3) p8

Easter Island, article/photos; tom Baster (15-1) p11

Eco Village, Currumbin (3-5) p12

Edibles:
-Landscapes (4-2) p11
-Water Plants (3-1) p12-13

-groundcovers (14-4) p4

-roots (14-4) p4


Edible Weeds:

-Native Hawksbeard (10-4) p20
-Solanum nigrum (black nightshade) (10-1) p6

-Galinsoga parviflora: yellow weed, potato weed gallant weed (11-2) p14


Eggplant: (4-2) p11

-Italian heirloom (Listada di Gandia) (9-1) p12 (9-2) p11 

-leaves being eaten (9-2) p11

-recipe (2-1) p10-11; (5-1) p9-10(7-3) p16

-storing (7-3) p9

-with borers (9-2) p11


Eggs: poached (3-1) p13 , triple yolk, photo (8-5) p13,

Wanted: easy method for shelling hard boiled eggs (9-1) p13


Electric Power: some ideas; article (8-3) p8

Emailing Photo’s (6-5) p8

Environmental Footprint, article (4-3) p7-8

Esme Street Park, article (7-1) p11

Evodiella Muelleri-little Evodia (12-1) p7-8


Excursions:

2008

Bauers, comments article (8-5) p11 

The secret Garden, article (8-5) p15

2009

Mudbrick Cottage Herb Farm (9-2) p10 

Blue Hills Poultry Stud (9-4) p10-12 

Chillingham Bush Tucker (9-5) p8-9

2010

Byron Bay Weekend (10-4) p15-16

Towri Excursion Report (10-6) p4 

Towri Sheep & Cheeses (10-6) p4-5

2011

Mt Tamborine Garden visits (11-1) p6-7 (11-2) p6-9

Mt Tamborine 3 small gardens Tour (11-5) p6-7

Mushroom Farm & Winery outing (11-5) p16

2012

Rathdowney Alpaca farm & Olive Grove (12-3) p5

Redlands Indigiscape; August 4th (12-4) p8(12-5) p7

Robotic Dairy Tour. Article, Sue Morris (13-4) p5- 6

Stanthorpe, Report, Article (13-3) p13

Rockton, Ipswich, TSGS Garden Visit (13-4) p4-5

2013

John Picone Orchard, information (14-2) p8 ; article (14-3) p7-8 

Prawn Farm; information (14-1) p5 ; article (14-2) p3

Picone Excursion Tyagarah; article (14-3) p7-8 ; article, My lips are sealed (14-3) p16

2014

Robotic Dairy Visit; Article, Jean Charles (15-5) p7



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Fabric softener (7-6) p14

Farewell letter – Marg & Paul Blanchard (16-3) p2

Feast on Burleigh, invitation (5-1) p4

February & March in the garden (7-1) p7

Fences, living (4-2) p3-4

Feng Shui (6-4) p15-16

Fernandes, Vanessa; permaculture talk (14-4) p4-5

Fermentation: (15-3) p7-8 Presentation (15-3) p5-8Experiments (16-2) p4

Fertiliser: Aminogro (6-3) p5 ; (6-4) p10 ;  Nutri-Store Gold (7-2) p14-17

Fibre, role in disease prevention, article (16-5) p7

Figs, ABC of; article (15-2) p4-5

Filter: water (6-5) p18 ; Grey Water (7-6) p6-7

Finger Lime (Citrus australasica): (3-3) p14 ; (8-1) p9(9-1) p12

Firewood, making of (7-5) p14

Fire Ants; revision of boundaries (16-1) p4-6

Fish, recipe (7-4) p17

Fitness, comment (8-6) p5

Five Minute Murder, article, Sue Morris (16-6) p6

Fleas (2-5) p5
Flies (2-5) p5

Flood detritus, use of (13-4) p7
Floor cleaning: (3-1) p13 ; (7-6) p14

Flora’s bits; gardening ideas etc (15-1) p12

Flora of South Africa; article (16-4) p8

Flow Forms for water treatment (7-6) p7

Flowers, growing in a pot (7-5) p9
Fly Screen Off Cuts, recycling of (7-1) p12

Food Additives: (5-6) p7-10 ; (7-1) p13 

Food for Thought: sustainable living (7-6) p18 ; an experiment, try it (13-6) p6 

Food science; (13-1) p5
Ford Electorate 20-20 Summit; article (8-2) p13

Four Bed Crop Rotation (9-3) p7- 8

Freezing, ginger & chillies (6-5) p4

Friendly Trees, picture of (8-3) p9


From the Mail Bag:

Hibiscus Society Shw; Blackall Range (10-2) p8

Arts & Garden Festival;Qld Home Garden Expo
SAFE-looking for alroc product providers

Mission Birdwing Myrtle rust warning (10-3) p6

QCGS Friendship Day
Camellias & their culture
Cacti & succulent show
Ipswich Home Gardeners Expo
Qld Home Garden Expo Nambour 

Seasons on the Mountain Mt Tamborine

Open Garden Logan Village (10-4) p8

Stanthorpe Gardenfest & Trade Fair Cultural centres Boonah & Beaudesert (10-5) p7

Gold Coast Marathon African Violet Annual Show Tropical Foliage Festival (11-1) p7

Landcare Tamborine newsletter What’s happening at Qld Council Garden Clubs

Floods affected shows at Mt Coot-tha (11-2) p11

Leafmore Garden Society Toowoomba Garden Fest

Qld Garden Expo
Maleny Garden Club
Premier’s Disaster Relief thanks for donation (11-4) p5

Qld Council of garden Clubs Stanthorpe Garden Club


-Frogs in Tom & Anne’s Garden; article, photo’s (11-1) p9


Frost protection (7-4) p5
Frost, working with (3-3) p5-7

Fruit in my garden; pictorial (13-2) p9-10


Fruit Flies: (2-5) p5-6 ; (3-6) p10 ; (7-3) p10

-all year control system (8-4) p12 

-Tom’s fruit fly system (8-5) p5

-netting (8-3) p2 ; (8-5) p7

-handy hint (10-6) p3


Fruit, Liquors (3-2) p16-17


Fruit Trees: (2-4) p15-16 ; (2-5) p16 ; (3-3) p14 ; (4-5) p14

-Growing Seed of Fleshy Fruit (6-2) p9 

-pruning (3-5) 2-3

-Jaboticaba (8-5) p9

-for SEQ (10-2) p2


Fruits of absenteeism, article (10-1) p9

Fumes & Perfumes (5-6) p8 

Fungal diseases (2-5) p6

Fungicide, recipe (10-2) p9

Furniture Polish (7-6) p14

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Galangal (14-4) p4

Gallifrey-harvest; Marg Ford – photo (13-3) p6

Galinsoga parviflora/gallant soldier (11-2) p14

Games at Carbrook visit, photo (7-4) p11

Garden-A-Fair Brisbane (10-1) p6

Garden Art, photo’s (15-1) p14

Garden Beds, energy saving ways of building (7-5) p7 

Garden Clogs (3-2) p15
Garden Expo, Nambour (7-4) p15

Garden Feature of old Wine Press, photo of (7-6) p11 

Garden help/worker (15-3) p9

Garden, No Dig on Sandy Soil (4-3) p6 

Garden, open at Tweed Heads (7-4) p12

Garden plant supports in Singapore (12-6) p10

Garden Resurrection; article Jean Wheatley (16-6) p7

Garden Space, making the most of (4-3) p8 

Garden Stackable (7-4) p10

Garden Tools (6-4) p18


Garden Tours:

2001

May; Boyland (1-1) p1 

2002

Sep; Bannockburn (2-5) p3
Oct; Tamborine Mt (2-5) p3-4
Nov; Mt Barney (3-1) p2-3
Dec; Xmas Party Canungra (3-1) p3

2003
Jan; Tamborine (3-1) p3

Feb; Nth Tamborine (3-1) p3-4; (3-2) p3-4 

Mar; Canungra (3-2) p4-5
Apr; Beaudesert (3-3) p3
May; Tamborine Mt (3-3) p3-4
July; Logan Village (3-4) p3

Aug; Brommelton, AJ Bush (3-5) p4
Sep; Bamboo Down under (3-5) p4
Oct; Bannockburn (3-6) p3-4
Nov; Mt Barney Lodge (3-5) p4-5 ; (3-6) p3-4

2004
Jan; Waterlily Acres (3-7) p3
Feb; Rosella Ridge (4-2) p3
Mar; Cedar Creek (4-2) p4-5
Apr; North MacLean (4-4) p2-3
May; Bannockburn (4-4) p3
Jun; Tamborine Mountain (4-5) p3
Jul; Hinterland Mushroom Farm (4-5) p3 

Aug; Canungra (4-5) p3-4
Sep; Mt Barney Lodge (4-5) p4-5
Oct; Albert River L/Centre (4-6) p3
Nov; Willowvale (4-6) p3-4

2005
Jan; North Tamborine (5-1) p3
Feb; Tamborine (5-2) p3-4

Mar; Albert River L/Centre (5-2) p4 

Apr; Cedar Creek (5-3) p3
May; Tamborine Village (5-3) p4-5 

Jun; Logan Village (5-4) p7 
Jul; Browns Plains (5-4) p3
Aug; Canungra (5-5) p3
Sep; Mt Tamborine (5-5) p4
Oct; Tamborine (5-6) p3

2006
Jan; Kooralbyn (6-1) p3
Feb; Tamborine Village (6-2) p4

Mar; Mt Barney (6-2) p6-7 

Apr; Beaudesert (6-3) p3
May; Cedar Creek (6-3) p4
Jun; Guanaba (6-4) p3
Jul; North MacLean (6-4) p4 

Aug; Tamborine (6-5) p3
Sep; Canungra (6-5) p4-7

2007

Jan; Esme St Mt Tamborine (7-1) p3-11
Feb; Tamb Mtn Botanical Gardens (7-2) p3
Mar; Wolffdene (7-2) p4
Apr; Logan Village (7-3) p3
May; Jimboomba (7-3) p4
Jun; Carbrook (7-4) p3
Jul; Logan Village (7-4) p5
Aug; Tamborine (7-5) p3
Sep; Willow Vale (7-5) p4
Oct; Canungra (7-6) p3

2008

Jan; North Tamborine (8-1) p3 

Feb; North Tamborine (8-2) p3 

Mar; Tamborine (8-2) p5

Apr; Park Ridge (8-3) p3

May; Ipswich (8-3) p5 

Jun; Guanaba (8-4) p3 

Jul; Cedar Creek (8-4) p4 

Aug; New Beith (8-5) p3 

Sep; Mt Barney (8-5) p4 

Oct;  Cedar Creek (8-6) p3

2009

Jan; Chandler (9-1) p3
Feb; Cedar Creek, Flesser St (9-2) p3
Mar; Heritage Park (9-2) p4
Apr (in May); Tamborine (9-3) p3
May; Cedar Creek, Plunkett Rd (9-3) p4
Jun; Cedar Creek, Cedar Creek Rd (9-4) p3-4 

Jul; Browns Plains (9-5) p7
Aug; Hillview (9-5) p3-5
Sep; Jimboomba (9-5) p6
Oct; Stockleigh (9-6) p3-4

2010

Jan; Beechmont (10-1) p3
May; Laravale (10-2) p3
Jun; Logan Village (10-4) p12-13 

Jul; Carbrook (10-4) p14
Aug; Willowvale (10-5) p3-4 

Sep; Canungra (10-5) p4
Oct; North Mclean (10-6) p6-7

2011

Jan; Beaudesert (11-1) p3-4

Feb; Cedar Vale (11-2) p3 

Mar; Ipswich (11-2) p4-5

Apr; Beechmont (11-3) p4
May; New Beith (11-3) p5
Jun; Heritage Park (11-4) p3 

Aug; Logan Village (11-5 p3-4 

Sep; Mount Tamborine (11-5) p5

2012

Oct; Mt Tamborine (12-1) p3-4 

Feb; Cedar Vale (12-2) p3 

Mar; Cedar Creek (12-3) p4
May; Kingsholme (12-4) p3
Jun; Chandler (12-4) p4-5
Jul; Tamborine (12-5) p3 

Aug; Canungra (12-5) p4 

Sep; Birnam (12-6) p4-5 

Oct; Cedar Creek (12-6) p7-8

2013

Mar; Innisplain (13-2) p13 ; (13-3) p3

Jun; Ipswich Rockton (13-4) p4-5

Jul; Chambers Flat (13-5) p3
Aug; Browns Plains (13-5) p4
Sep; Laravale (13-5) p5(13-6) p3 

Oct; North Tamborine (13-5) p5 (13-6) p4

2014

Mar; Tamborine Mtn (14-3) p4-6 

May; Cedar Creek (14-4) p3
Jun; Tamborine Village (14-4) p6 

Jul; Heritage Park (14-5) p3 

Aug; Logan Village (14-5) p4 

Sep; Tamborine (14-6) p2 

Oct; Cedar vale (14-6) p5

2015

Feb; Canungra (15-2) p3
Mar; Oxenford (15-3) p4
May; Boyland (15-4) p3
Jun; Tamborine (15-4) p4
Jul;, Capalaba (15-5) p3
Aug; Greenbank (15-6) p3

Sep; Cedar Creek (15-6) p4

2016

Feb; Cedar Grove (17-2) p3 

Mar; Cedar Creek (16-3) p5
May; Tamborine Mountain (16-4) p3 

Jun; Ipswich (16-4) p4

Jul; Cedar Creek (16-5) p3 

Aug; Robertson (16-5) p4 

Sep; Heritage Park (16-6) p3 

Oct; Cedar Creek (16-6) p4

2017
Waiting on index
2018
Waiting on index
2019
Waiting on index
2020


Garden Update; article (11-1) p12

Gardener, the; poem, Doreen Wendt-Weir (16-4) p11

Gardenia; Rare & exotic shrub (8-3) p11

Gardens to visit, seeking (10-3) p9

Gardening Advice; 9 lessons to learn (16-6) p9

Gardening, a spoof, article (8-6) p14

Gardening for Health, Dr. Mercola;article (15-4) p8-9

Gardening Memories with Flora; Article (15-6) p7-8 

Gardening Resource & things in my garden (12-5) p5

Gardening with Ross

-Gardening with Ross; Mulch, green crop & Bees in your garden (11-1) p8

-Gardening with Ross; Leeks (11-3) p10 

-Gardening with Ross; Broad beans, potatoes (11-4) p8

-Gardening with Ross; Beans & Potatoes (11-5) p8 

-Gardening with Ross: Green Crop (11-1) p8(13-1) p4

-Gardening with Ross; Leeks  (11-3) p10

-Gardening with Ross; Mulch (11-1) p8

-Gardening with Ross; Tomatoes (9-6) p6, (10-5) p12

-Gardening with Ross; Paw paws (10-4) p18(13-5) p6

-Gardening with Ross; Pineapples (13-5) p6

Garlic: (2-4) p7-8 ; (6-3) p13 ; (10-2) p7

-Black; article (14-3) p6

-Crop photo’s (6-4) p10

-Guide; soil prep, growing hints, harvest, storage (9-1) p8

-Growing Tips (7-1) p6(12-2) p6

-Russian (8-6) p10

-Spray (1-2) p4

-Suppliers (7-1) p6


Gavin Bullock Workshop (10-2) p4

Germinating gum trees (7-4) p5

Ginger: (4-4) p12-14 ; (6-3) p14 

-freezing (6-5) p4 

-growing of (8-4) p8 

-help against obesity; article (14-3) p12


Ginseng, Brahmi, Gingko &; info & benefits (15-1) p6

Glass Cleaner (7-6) p14

Glazebrook, Jan; Award; QCGC Individual Contribution by individual to community (13-2) p11-13

Global warning; growing food (13-1) p5

Glyphosate; for information & debate (16-1) p7

Goat, a story (7-3) p11

Golden Apple (2-4) p16

Gold Coast Marathon July 2008 (8-4) p9, 2009 (9-4) p2

Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica), (8-5) p14-16,  research (9-2) p5(9-3) p10 

Gourds, mini (9-1) p12

Grape, Red Carolina (9-1) p12 

Grass (7-1) p9

Grass on bitumen driveway (8-5) p14

Grasshoppers (2-5) p6

Green Day Out, article (16-3) p5

Greenbank Show, expanded sections (10-1) p12

Green Cleaners (3-1) p13-14

Green Cover Crops for Summer (12-1) p5

Green Crop (9-5) p17

Green Harvest visit; photo (14-5) p5

Green Manure (3-1) p10-11

Green Solutions, recipes (10-2) p9

Green Tea, benefits of (8-5) p17

Greenfest, article (8-5) p10

Grevillea, Peaches & Cream, article (12-1) p6

Grey Water – filtering of (7-6) p6-7


Groundcovers; edible 1st layer (14-4) p4, taller 2nd layer (14-4) p4


Ground Preparation for New Crops, article (16-3) p9


Groundswell: -Emailing Photo’s (6-5) p8  -Self Profile Prompts (3-7) p2-3 -preferred Fonts (6-2) p7


Growing seeds from fleshy fruit (6-2) p9 

Growing Tulips, advise for (7-1) p14

Growing Flowers in a Pot (7-5) p9

Growing Vege’s in Straw Bales (15-4) p6

Grumichama (Eugenia brasiliensis) (10-2) p3

Guinea Fowl (2-1) p5-7 ; (2-3) p5 ; Brave (16-1) p8

Guisaro or Brazilian guava (10-1) p5 ; (10-2) p3

Guyana Chestnut (3-2) p14 ; (6-4) p6

Guest Speakers:

Sept, Ged Plunkett (14-6) p3-4
Oct, Phil Ryan; Summary (14-6) p6-7


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Handy hint, hot chillies (14-1) p6 

Haeley’s Chook Paradise, information/photo (15-4) p5

Handy Hints for the Holiday Season (7-6) p18 

Hand washing; hot air dryers-v-paper towels (13-2) p8

Hare, European Brown (5-6) p6 

Have you tried these? Snake gourd, Radish, Kale (10-4) p19

Hay bale of (3-1) p2

Health Benefits of Green Tea (8-5) p17

Healthy Gardening (5-6) p5 & 14 

Hedge, Aussie Bloomers, trouble growing (7-5) p16 ;  living fence (4-2) p3-4 

Heliothis Caterpillar (3-4) p6

Helping Hands (5-2) p8 ; A burden shared (8-1) p13 ; A thank you (8-2) p7


HERBS:

Herb Garden, using old tyres (3-3) p12 

Herbs to plant in May (14-3) p14

Herbs for Animal Health (11-5) p13-14

Herbal Remedies, making of (6-3) p15 

Herb Hints & Profiles:

-Basil; lemon, lime & hybrid (9-1) p7

-Bay leaf (6-2) p5 

-Betony (2-5) p14-15
-Caraway (8-4) p13

-Cardamom: Elettaris cardamomum (12-1) p13

-Comfrey (4-2) p12-13(9-2) p10
-Coriander (3-1) p6-7
-Chives, onion or garlic (2-2) p10
-Chocolate Mint (9-1) p7
-Citronella (6-4) p9 
-Dandelion (7-4) p15(8-2) p15

-Dog Bane (4-4) p8

-Feverfew (Tabacetum Parthenium) (11-5) p14-15 

-Garlic (2-4) p7-8 ; (6-3) p13

-Ginger (4-4) p12-14 ; (6-3) p14

-Hippeastrums (8-5) p14

-Lavender (6-5) p16 ; (8-6) p4

-Lemon Balm (9-4) p9-10

-Lemon Grass (6-3) p9 

-Lemon Myrtle (1-2) p2

-Mother of all herbs (9-1) p7

-Parsley (8-3) p17 (9-4) p9

-Rosemary (6-2) p12 

-Sage (8-1) p13

-Schisandra Chinensis (10-1) p7

-Stevia (5-5) p10-12

-Tansy, or Golden Buttons (2-3) p12-13 

-Turmeric (6-4) p12
-Vietnamese Mint (4-3) p6

-Wormwood (6-2) p5


Hog Plum (2-4) p16

Honey (4-6) p6 (9-1) p12

Hibiscus frost affected (7-5) p16

Hibiscus, Native; recipes (10-1) p13
High on a Hill was a Lonely Goat Heard! Article (7-3) p11 

Highland Hijinks, article (7-1) p8

Holiday & the Vegie Garden; Sue Morris (15-6) p10

Holiday in the USA, story of (7-4) p10

Home Biogas (Methane) Plant (16-3) p6-7


Horticultural Oil, Biodegradable oil mix (10-2) p9 

How to keep the dog off my strawberries, photo (10-3) p2

How I Make Yoghurt, article by Marg Arnold (16-3) p8

Hot Box, heat ‘n’ grow (6-4) p10seed sowing (7-4) p12

Hothouse, building of; article (10-3) p14

Hothouse, the busy (10-2) p7

Hot Water Bottle, recycling of (7-1) p12

Hugelkultur; a raised bed (12-3) p8 ; an update (12-4) p7


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Ibeckia, climbing yam (14-4) p5
Ice Cream, recipe (3-1) p16-17

Icecream Bean (Inga Edulis) (8-3) p10-11 

Index 2013 (14-2) p9-10

Indian Fig, note (14-3) p7

Indian Limes (9-1) p12

Insect bites, relief (3-1) p14

Invasive Plant List (8-2) p9

International Year of Bio-Diversity 2010 (10-1) p11

I’m a mother again; article, chooks (14-4) p8 

Internet Sites: 

Lots of the sites given in GSW no longer exist, all those that are active as of October 2019 are listed on a seperate page  Click here


Int’l Year of Freshwater (3-5) p20-21

It’s a bug’s life, Diatomaceous Earth, article (7-4) p13

Illawarra Plum (Podocarpus elatus) (8-1) p9 

Indian Hawthorn (8-5) p14
Invasive Plant List (8-2) p9



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Jabberwocky, verse by Lewis Carroll (12-1) p4

Jaboticaba (Myrciaria cauliflora): (10-2) p2 ; article, photo (13-3) p7 ; photo, flowering branches (9-6) p7 ; it will not die, article (8-5) p9

Jackfruit (10-2) p2

Jam:

-Chilli (3-3) p17-18
-Fig & Rhubarb (3-2) p18 

-Rosella (3-2) p17-18 

-Tamarillo (3-4) p18

Jerusalem Artichokes: (4-2) p9 ; (4-2) p14(14-4) p4

Jicama (Pachyrrhizus erosus): article/photo (10-4) p10 ;  growing of (12-5) p10

Joke (8-6) p11 ; Jokes on Jeeps, I want a Jeep; photo (13-4) p14

Joseph’s Coat moth (12-3) p15
Joys of gardening, the; article (14-2) p6

Juneau, Alaska, Glacier Gardens & rainforest (11-2) p16-17

Jumping the Garden Fence; CSIRO Report (8-6) p8

Justice of the Peace (6-5) p18

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Kefir (15-3) p5-6

Kefir, milk; article (15-4) p7

Kale (10-4) p19

Kale, how I learned to love; article (14-6) p10

Kei Apple, first crop; article (13-3) p12

Kew Garden, a visit to (5-3) p17 

Kitchen, cooking oil disposal (5-5) p5

Kohl Rabi; quick tips (13-6) p12

Kombucha (15-3) p6


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Lablab Bean Seed (9-5) p17 ; article (12-1) p8

Lake, Julie; article by (8-1) p7-9

Lavender: (6-5) p16 ; reference (8-6) p4 ; not flowering (8-5) p14
Lawn grubs (2-5) p6
Lazy Gardener, summer of (3-1) p4 

Leaf curl on Rosellas & Lemons (9-1) p16

Ldli (15-3) p7

Leek: growing the old fashioned way (10-3) p13 ;  gardening with Ross (11-3) p10

Legumes, using effectively (3-5) p7 

Lemon Ironwood (1-2) p1


Lemons:  

-Cordial (7-3) p10 

-Fruit fly (7-3) p10 

-Handy Hints (7-3) p10

-recipes (2-2) p11; (2-3) p14-16

-Selection & Storage (2-3) p16 

-Storing (7-3) p9

-usage of (5-5) p5-7

-wine (2-2) p11; (2-3) p13-14 

-their uses (14-6) p12-15


Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora): (1-2) p1 ; (8-1) p8-9 ; recipe (3-3) p17 ; Cheesecake, recipe (7-6) p17 

Letter, a thank you (12-2) p2-6

Lettuce Tree Leaf (9-1) p12

Lettuce, quick tips; (13-6) p12

Lesley & Bees; fun article (13-5) p7


Library:

Library Annual Report for AGM 2009 (9-2) p12

Library additions: Growing from seed; Better Fruit Growing; Newsweek (9-1) p11

Library Catalogue (6-1) p9-10(8-4) p14-15

Library News: (7-1) p9(8-1) p11 ; (8-2) p5 ; (8-3) p6 ; (8-4) p6(8-5) p8 ; (9-1) p11 ; (9-2) p12


Lilly Pilly, frost affected (7-5) p16

Limerick Drive, an update (12-6) p13 ; update; all that soil (13-1) p3

Linoleic Acid and Obesity, article; tom Baster (13-4) p8

Liquorice (1-1) p2

Lime: Native Finger (3-3) p14 recipe (5-1) p10storing (7-3) p9


Linseed Oil, suppliers (6-4) p18
Liquid Fertiliser from Weeds (5-5) p16 Liquors, Fruit (3-2) p16-17

Little Fingers, article organic pest control (7-6) p11 


Livestock:
-Cow, house Pt.1 (3-4) p9-11; Pt.2 (3-5) p10-12 -Taking to Ipswich (4-5) p10 

-Ducks (4-2) p8-9
-Geese (3-2) p9-11
-Guinea Fowl (2-1) p5-7

-Poultry (2-2) p3-5 ; (3-3) p5 ; (3-6) p8-9 ; (6-1) p11-12
-self forage system for (5-3) p11 

-Sheep (5-4) p10
-Worms (2-3) p2-5


Living of the Land – a profile (6-4) p14

Loquat (10-2) p3

Lost Crops of the Incas-free internet book (9-6) p8

Lychee, not (14-3) p8

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Maleny Botanical Gardens; photo (14-5) p2 

Mammey Sapote, note (14-3) p7
Maranta (14-4) p5
May, a time to plant (14-3) p14
Mexican Tarragon (14-4) p4
Mexican Yam (14-4) p8
Momordica charantia, bitter melon; article (14-1) p6 

Moringa, drumstick tree (14-4) p5
Mortgage Lifter, tomato (14-1) p3
My Lips Are Sealed; article (14-3) p16

Macadamia: -small crop (7-5) p16-recipe (7-1) p15

Madagascar beans (9-1) p12 ; (2-3) p5 (7-2) p7

Malabar Chestnuts-Pachira insignis (12-3) p11 

Malabar Spinach-Basella alba (12-6) p9 

Malabar Spinach; Article (15-5) p5

Melicope rubra; little evodia (12-1) p7-8

Mangel Wurzel, article (10-3) p4

Marathon, gold coast July 2008 (8-4) p9

Margarine containers, recycling of (7-1) p12

Maggots; article – Poo into Protein (13-1) P5

Mark Tully’s Property, a visit to (7-3) p7 

Maidenhair fern, tea tips (7-2) p10

Making Firewood, newspaper (7-5) p14

Magical Mystery Garden Tour (5-3) p12-14 

Malabar Chestnut (3-2) p14 ; (6-4) p6 

Mango: recipe (2-3) p15 ;  Treatment for fungus (7-5) p16Secret for a decent crop (7-5) p17 

Marek’s Disease (3-6) p8-9

Markets, dates of local (3-1) p14 ; (4-3) p11 

Marmalade; lemon & Lime (2-3) p14-15 

Mealy Bugs, getting rid of (9-1) p16

Metal Cleaner (7-6) p14

Mayonnaise, recipe (4-2) p14

Members Profiles: (See Garden Tours)

Mealy Bugs (15-2) p6

Drafting & Design (15-2) p16 ; (15-3) p13 

Commissioner for Declarations (15-2) p16(15-3) p16

Members Services:

Business Cards & Brochures (7-1) p16 

Computer Training/Web Design (7-1) p16

Members’ websites:

Margdensplace.blogspot.com.au (12-4) p8 

Tomandannesgarden.blogspot.com.au (12-4) p8 

www.unusualgarden.wordpress.com (12-4) p8


Memories of Gardening by Members:

Learning to Garden Granddad's Way; Article Cheryl Folley (13- 6) p5

A Childhood memory of Fruit Trees Sue Morris (13-6) P10-11

Of time gone by- Joy Griffin (13-4) p7

1st & 2nd Growing Experience, article; Denise James (13-4) p9

First gardening experience; Jean Wheatley (13-6) p6

Introduction to Gardening-Lesley Henry (13-5) p8

First Gardening Experience; Elene Schmith (13-6) p12


Men on the Mountain, support group (9-6) p2

Midjim Berry (2-1) p8

Midgie/Sandfly Spray (16-6) p12

Milk Kefir, article (15-4) p7

Milk, spray (4-3) p6

Milk Cartons, recycling of (7-1) p12

Milk Container, use of for poultry (8-5) p10

Mineral deficiency in your soil; article (10-6) p8

Mint, Vietnamese (4-3) p6 

Mirror/windows, cleaning (3-1) p13 

Misdiagnosis, a case of (12-3) p15

Mobile Ph, world wide emergency No. (7-3) p7

Molasses, pest control (2-5) p6; p7 

Molasses use for Poultry (16-6) p10

Molodri use for Poultry (16-6) p10

Moths (2-5) p6

Morgellons Disease, article (8-3) p14

Morning after, the; article (10-3) p7

Mosquitoes: (2-5) p6 ; natural control of (8-3) p14

Moss, Nicola; Solo Art Exhibition (8-3) p16

Mount Coot-tha Botanic Garden Visit (10-4) p17

Move from Koralbyn to Nambour (7-6) p7

Mt Barney Lodge 2007 Open Garden Day (7-5) p8 ; Photo of (7-6) p8

Muesli Bars, recipe (7-1) p15

Mulch, gardening with Ross (11-1) p8 ; not all bales are created equal;article (13-5) p9

Mulberry ; growing; article (13-4) p9 ; wine (2-5) p18 

Mundu (Garcinia dulcis) (10-2) p3

Mung beans (1-3) p2 ; (9-2) p11

Munyeroo (9-4) p8

Mushroom Grower, visiting a (9-5) p12-13recipe (3-4) p18 (7-3) p16

Musings on an English Garden; article, photo’s (10-5) p6

My non-existent productive garden; article (9-6) p7

Myrtle Rust, article (10-3) p8

Mystery plant identified (9-2) p11






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Nasturtium seed; capers from (13-5) p6

Native Bee Rescue, article (8-5) p13 

Native Weeds in my garden (16-2) p6

Native Hibiscus, recipes (10-1) p13

Natural Pest Control: Ants (8-1) p10 ;  Mosquitoes (8-3) p14 

Natural Products, uses for; Chart (15-1) p5

Nasty Additives (5-6) p7-10 

Native Plants:

-Bunya Nuts (3-1) p5-6
-Finger Lime (3-3) p14
-Midjim Berry (2-1) p8

Role of Plants in a sustainable garden Series:

A. Plants (2-2) p5-6 

B Plants (2-3) p11-12 

C Plants (2-4) p19-20 

D Plants (3-1) p11-12 

E Plants (3-2) p14-15 

F Plants (3-3) p14-15 

G Plants (3-4) p15-16 

H Plants (3-5) p19
I, J, K Plants (4-2) p8

L Plants (4-3) p4 

M Plants (4-4) p6-7 

N & O Plants (4-5) p6

P Plants (5-1) p6-7
Q, R, S Plants (5-2) p14-15

Tomato, the bush (2-3) p7-8 -For Christmas (2-5) p17-18


Nature’s Garbage Disposal, poem (4-6) p8 

Nectarines, poached (3-6) p13
Neem Oil, cold pressed, use for dogs (7-1) p10

Nematodes (2-5) p6
Nest Boxes for Wildlife (4-5) p8

Nettle (10-5) p15-16recipe (7-5) p12

Netting, tip for (7-1) p9

New Arrivals; lamb & goslings (11-5) p8

New residents at Nth Tamborine (12-5) p6

New Leaf #87 – Journal of Biodynamic Agriculture Australia (13- 5) p12

Newspaper:  -Logs, making of (3-1) p14  -recycling of (7-1) p12; (7-5) p14

Nicola’s Pizza base bread dough (7-5) p4

Nightshade Family – Solanaceae (4-2) p10, 11 

Nipple Egg, picture of (9-2) p7

Norfolk Island, a profile (4-2) p6-8

Not so stinky, article (9-3) p11

NTS Products (7-2) p14-17

Nutrient Deficiencies in soils (13-5) p14

Nut trees; possible problems (12-3) p6-7

Nutri-Store Gold (7-2) p14-17 New Products (8-2) p4


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Obesity, Rosella & Ginger help against; article (14-3) p12

October 2014 Guest Speaker, Revised article (15-1) p3-4

Okra (14-4) p5

Okinawa Spinach; article (14-4) p5

Olives (2-2) p9-10

Olive Pressing (1-3) p2-3

One cat for every person in Aust, article (10-1) p9
Onion, Life cycle (3-1) p8

Onion Bags, recycling of (7-1) p12

Open Garden - Daintree Drive Logan Village Jan & Denis (9-4) p14(10-4) p8(13-4) p15

Open Garden Scheme Fair (12-2) p9

Open Garden Ross Davis (7-4) p12


Our Christmas Surprise; article, photo (11-1) p8

Orchard, improving health of (3-3) p8-10 


Organic: 

-Compost Tea (3-1) p8-10

-Fertilizer (6-2) p12 ; (6-3) p5
-Green Manure (3-1) p10-11
-Heliothis Caterpillar, control of (3-4) p8 

-pest control, little fingers, article (7-6) p11

-Popcorn, grow your own (9-5) p14

-Powdery Mildew, treatment of (4-3) p6 

-Rhubarb Spray (3-2) p13

-Slow Release Fertilizer (3-3) p7, 8
-Slug & snail repellent (3-5) p18
-Sprays & Pest Control (1-2) p4 ; (2-5) p4-7; (6-3) p8-9 

-White Cedar (Melia azeradach) (3-3) p9
-White oil, recipe (2-5) p6 ; (6-3) p8

-Organic Gardening, quote (4-6) p7 

-Organic from Ross’s garden; article (10-2) p7

-Organics Origami (12-3) p17


Organisations:

-Ausbale (5-2) p10
-DPI call centre (2-1) p9
-ESDIC (5-2) p10
-Green Harvest (4-3) p5 
-Logan & Albert Conservation Assoc (2-3) p17 

-Organic Gifts (5-1) p5
-Qld Council of Garden Clubs Inc (3-1) p15
-Sub Tropical Fruit Club of Qld 
(3-1) p15

-Tamborine Mountain Landcare (4-4) p6 

-Tamborine Mtn Natural History Assoc (2-3) p17

-Our Girls, an article (5-4) p12

-Outback Tour 2006 Pt.1 (6-5) p17

-Qld Council of Garden Clubs (7-1) p9


Oven cleaner (7-6) p14

Oxalis, how to kill (8-6) p5


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Pachyrhizus erosus (14-4) p8
Papajuello, note (14-3) p8
Peanuts, high-oleic acid; article (14-3) p11-12 

Pepper Vine, note (14-3) p8
Permaculture, talk with Vanessa Fernandes (14-4) p4-5
Pigeon Pea (14-4) p5
Potatoes; diary notes (14-5) p6-7 ; cooking (14-5) p8
Predatory Insects (14-5) p10
Prunings; article (14-2) p6-7

Paint, non toxic (7-2) p9

Panchira Insignis,(sth Amer Chestnut) (6-4) p6 

Pantry pests, repel (2-5) p6

Parsley, gourmet herb (8-3) p17

Parsnips, sowing of (12-3) p10

Passionfruit: (3-5) 12-16 ; recipe (3-5) p19-20 ; fruit dropping (9-1) p16

Pasture Planting/revitalising, help required (7-5) p17 

PawPaw: (6-3) p11 -recipes (6-3) p17 ; leaves, black spots (8-5) p14 ; gardening with Ross (10-4) p18

Peace Star (8-6) p11

Peaches & Cream; article (11-4) p7

Peach Tree, protect from fruit fly (7-5) p16

Peach/cot, problem with (8-6) p10

Peanuts (6-5) p11 ; harvesting of (8-3) p3

Peanut & chocolate Biscuits (11-4) p12

Pear, the underrated; article (11-4) p14 ; recipes (2-2) p11-12(7-3) p16 ; pies (7-3) p16

Pecans when to harvest and bug problems (9-2) p11

Permaculture Design Course Jimbour Q (10-1) p4

Permaculture Gear; how to grow tomatoes The easiest way (16-2) p9

Personal Goal Settings; article (12-3) p16

Pepino (9-1) p1 ; in pots (2-5) p16, 17

Perennial Poppies Lecture Day (4-5) p10 

Pesticide, non toxic (7-4) p13

Petty Spurge (Euphorbia peplus) article (10-2) p6

Permaculture:

-Energy Efficient, Design for Living (2-2) p8-9 

-Environment, Changing Suburbia (3-2) p13-14 

-Productive Zones (2-3) p9-11
-Quality or Quantity, Changing Suburbia (3-4) p14-15 

-Sustainably Resouceful, the art of (2-4) p17-18

-Trees, value of (2-5) p15-16
-Water, changing Suburbia (3-3) p12-13

-Perspiration stains, removing (3-1) p14

Peruvian Ground Apple (7-1) p5

Pests:

-Control of, organic (2-5) p4-7; (3-3) p9 

-Citrus (2-1) p8,9
-Device for pest control (6-5) p8
-Dogs, repel spray for (4-4) p8

-Hare, European Brown (5-6) p6
-Heliothis Caterpillar (3-4) p6-9
-Myrtle’s Tips (5-3) p7
-Snail & Slug, control of (2-5) p6,7; (3-5) p18 

-Tomato (2-4) p10-15 -Photos, emailing of (6-5) p8 

-Control of, organic (2-5) p4-7; (3-3) p9 

PH for Vegetables (13-6) p11

Phoebe with potatoes, photograph (10-5) p2

Phosphorous Acid Fungicides; article (10-2) p5-6

Photos; 

Gavin Bullock Workshop (10-2) p2

March visit, Cathy Nutt (10-3) p8
Yard long bean, Tom Baster (10-3) p11 

Alpaca at March meeting (10-3) p11 

Giant Prize winning Sponge Cake (10-3) p15

Photo; sample of super raffle prizes (13-1) p3

Photo; lazy birds nesting (13-2) p3

Scarecrow festival; Mt Tamborine; photo’s (13-1) p6

Pickling:

-Limes (5-1) p10

-Olives (2-2) p10 

Pies:

-Pear (7-3) p16

-Pumpkin (7-4) p17 

-Rhubarb (7-3) p16

Pigeon Pea in the orchard (8-2) p9

Phoenix Theatre, info for Social evening (7-2) p6 

Photographs; gold coast marathon 2009 (9-4) p2

Pigweed (9-4) p8

Pineapples: growing of (9-4) p4 ; article (15-1) p8-9 ; benefits of (16-6) p7

Pitaya (10-2) p4 ; flowers & fruit (11-2) p10-11

Pitomba (Eugenia luschnathiana) (10-2) p3 

Poo in protein; article (13-1) P5

Potash & your crops, article (10-3) p10 

Psidium guineense (Brazilian guava) (10-1) p5

Pizza, recipe (7-1) p16

Pizza base, recipe (7-5) p4 

Plant Profile:

- Arrowroot – Canna Edulis (4-3) p 4-5
- Backhousia – Citoidora (Sweet Verbena Tree Lemon Ironwood, Lemon Scented Myrtle) (1-2) p1 

- Bauhinia (6-3) p10
- Chinese Water Chestnuts (1-3) p1
- Ginger – Zingiber Officinale (4-4) p12-14

- Inga Edulis or Icecream Bean (8-3) p10-11

- Liquorice (1-1) p2

Madagascar Beans (7-2) p7
- Panchira Insignis (Sth Amer. Chestnut) (Saba Nut, Malabar & Guyana Chestnut (6-4) p6

- Stevia (5-5) p10-12
- Umbrella Tree (6-1) p6

-Yacon (7-1) p5

Plant ID ; Carphalea? (9-1) p16 ; Wrightia antidysenterica (12-2) p6

Planting Guides:- Check latest Groundswell for Current guide

Plant Material, diseased (2-5) p5
Plants, Raising from Seed (3-4) p11, 12
Plastic Bags, Biodegradable (3-6) p12
Plastic Containers, remove smell (3-1) p13 

Platypus, pump (2-4) p4; (2-5) p10
Plums, drying of (1-3) p4
Plunkett Road, a profile (6-2) p5;
Plunkett Rd & Tamborine, history of (6-3) p12 

Poems (3-6) p9, 10; (4-6) p8; (6-5) p16

Poem/verse by Lewis Carroll (12-1) p4

Poisonous Plants (5-4) p8, 9
Pollution in homes (5-2) p5-9

Poultry, Sprouting for (16-6) p10

Popcorn, grow your own organically (9-5) p14

Poly construction (2-5) p10, 11

Poinciana, problem with (8-6) p10

Portulaca Oleracea-Purslane, Munyeroo or pigweed (9-4) p8

Potassium Manganate(2-5) P5

Potatoes:

(3-6) p5, 6; (4-2) p10; (6-4) p17; (11-3) p11; (11-4) p8

-Beetle (8-5) p14, (9-2) p11

-Growing (7-3) p8 

-Growing of with manure & straw (8-5) p14 

-Recipe (7-5) p13 

-Storing (7-3) p9

-Storage of (8-6) p10

-Potatoes, growing of (12-3) p10


Potato, sweet, how to plant (8-3) p11

Potato weed (11-2) p14

Poultry Feeders, milk containers (8-5) p10

Pots, rustic (1-3) p3

Pot Holder; make a (7-6) p16

Potty, photo of sue going (11-4) p3

Potting Mixture, seed raising, homemade (3-2) p5-7 

Powdery Mildew, spray for (3-1) p5; (4-3) p6 

Preserving preserves (12-2) p8

Pritikin, recipe (3-6) p13

Privet, Landcare Solution (3-3) p4

Problem Corner: 

2007 (7-1) p12; (7-3) p14; (7-5) p16  

2008 (8-3) p3; (8-3) p11; (8-4) p8; (8-5) p14; (8-6) p10 

2009 (9-1) p16; (9-2) p11;

2012 Buddha’s hand fruits (12-5) p11


Progressive Brunch (8-2) p7

Propagation (3-6) p4, 5; (4-4) p5, 6
Pruning (2-2) p9; (3-5) p2, 3

Pruning with Kaspar Schnyder (12-4) p6-7

Pumpkin: (6-3) p12

-article; Carolyn Page (13-4) p10

-recipes (4-2) p13, 14; (6-2) p18; (7-3) p17; (7-4) p17; (7-6) p17

-organic; planting (8-4) p8 

-giant, diary of (9-1) p10

-giant, seed available (9-2) p11
-seed saving (9-2) p2
-sprouts (15-3) p11
Pumps, Platypus (2-4) p4-6; (2-5) p10

Purslane (9-3) p10,  (9-4) p8

Push-ups, fitness for both genders (8-6) p5

Prostate Awareness (9-1) p4

Psychotria Elata (hookers Lips) (15-1) p2

Potatoes, sweet (16-4) p6



-Q-

Quote: 

-organic Gardening is (4-6) p7

-thought provoking (8-5) p2


QCGC Award Nominations; Biennial Awards Cat.2 Jan Glazebrook (13-2) p11-13


Qld Council of Garden Clubs (7-1) p9

Qld Garden Expo; article (11-4) p6

Qld Home & Garden Expo–Nambour, article (7-4) p15 

Qld Jam Plant (Rosella- Hibiscus Sabdariffa); article (14-1) p5


Quark, butter & whey, making (7-2) p10

Quick Tips, Asparagus, kohl Rabi, lettuce (13-6) p12


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Radicchio (10-5) p16
Radis Noir (black radish) (10-1) p14
Radishes (3-7) p3, 4 ;  (10-4) p19
Radium Weed (Euphorbia peplus); article (10-2) p6 Raising seedling (10-2) p7

Rainbow Chard (5-5) p15

Rain Forest Foods; article by Julie Lake (8-1) p7-9

Rainforest, planting of (5-1) p5, (7-5) p10

Raised beds, honey bees, for amino acids (13-4)

Rattus Rattus, caught in trap (16-5) p8

Rats, Bush -v- Rattus rattus/norvegicus (16-4) p5-6

Red Basil (14-4) p4

Rollinia, note (14-3) p8
Roots, edible (14-4) p4
Rosella, help against obesity; article (14-3) p12

Recent happenings around Limerick; article (10-6) p3


-Recipes-

Recipes:

--Akudjura rosti (2-3) p8,9

--Akudjura Soup (2-3) p8
--Akudjura Tapinade & Bush tomato Oil (2-3) p9

--Amethyst Nectar (fruit Punch) (8-4) p13

--Amish Bread Sour Dough starter & recipe (11-1) p10

--Arrowroot (9-1) p15

--Autumn Salad (6-2) p18

--Avocado mash (11-2) p5

--Baba Ghannooj (ganoosh) (eggplant) (2-1) p10 

--Baked Beans with Chorizo (9-6) p11

--Baking Conversions of butter to olive oil (9-3) p14

--Baked Rum Bananas with ice cream (3-5) p20

--Bamboo Shoot Recipe (8-2) p14

--Banana Cake (2-4) p22; (3-6) p11

--Banana Jam (16-3) p10

--Barrumundi Spring Rolls (15-5) p9

--BBQ Dukkah Prawns (9-6) p11

--Beetroot Dip (3-2) p18
--Beetroot wine (3-1) p12, 13

--Best Ever Dahl (11-3) p14

--Biscuit recipe; all time great (11-5) p17

--Black bean brownies (11-5) p16

--Boiled Fruit Cake (11-5) p17

--Braised Cabbage with Bacon & Peas (7-5) p12

--Bran Muffins (5-5) p15

--Bread & Butter Pickle Cucumber (9-3) p13

--Bread Dough for Pizza Bases (7-5) p4

--Bread, Life changing Loaf (14-3) p14

--Brinjal Bartha (eggplant) (2-1) p10
--Broccoli & Lentil Soup (4-4) p14

--Brown Rice (cook another way) (15-3) p12

--Buddha’s hand preserve (12-6) p14 

--Buddah’s hand salad dressing (12-6) p14

--Buddah’s hand tea for sore throat (12-6) p14

--Cardamom Tea (12-1) p13

--Carrot & Sunflower Bread (12-3) p14
--Cauliflower & Choko Soup (12-3) p13 

--Cauliflower,potato & Chickpea Soup (12-6) p13-14

--Cherry Tomato & Sweet Chilli Jam (15-3) p12

--Cheese Bickies (8-6) p15

--Cheese Bites (4-2) p14

--Chocolate Brownies (8-6) p15

--Cheesecake, Raw Kefir (15-3) p6

--Chocolate Covered Bananas (9-2) p13

--Chocolate Muffins (5-5) p15

--Chocolate Nut Cookies (8-4) p13

--Chicken Stir-fry (14-3) p13

--Chick Pea & Potato Patties (15-6) p9

--Chilli Jam (3-3) p17, 18

--Chilli Jam (7-3) p16

--Chilli & Tomato dip (7-3) p17

--Chilli Wine (3-3) p18; (5-2) p 17
--Chocolate Balls (7-6) p18
--Choko & Fridge Leftover Surprise (9-3) p12 

--Choko Pears (9-3) p12

--Choko Baked with Tomatoes & Onion (6-3) p17 

--Choko Cake (1-2) p 3

--Choko Cake (11-1) p11

--Choko Cake (12-3) p12
--Choko in Cheese Sauce (12-3) p12
--Chokos Curried with Lentils (12-3) p12
--Choko Pasta (12-3) p12
--Chokos stewed with Tamarillos (12-3) p12

--Choko, Cream Soup Provencal (11-3) p14

--Choko & Ginger Fruit mince (6-1) p15
--Choko with Sour Cream & Bacon (6-3) p17 

--Choko Salad (10-2) p11

--Chokos with Thyme (10-2) p11

--Cranberry Relish (12-1) p13

--Creamy Choko Salad (10-2) p11

--Christmas Cake (5-1) p9, 10

--Citrus Fruits, poached (2-4) p21
--Coconut & Lemon Syrup Cake (3-6) p13 

--Coconut Milk Yoghurt (15-3) p7

--Coconut Tart (gluten free) (9-6) p12

--Couscous (7-1) p16

--Corn Muffins (11-2) p-15

--Cucumber, pickled (5-3) p 18

--Cucumber, spicy bread & butter (15-3) p12-13

--Crackers, Salt & Pepper (15-6) p9

--Creamed Pumpkin with Maple Syrup (9-6) p12

--Damper for Solar Oven (11-4) p13

--Davidson Plum Ice Cream (3-1) p16

--Easy Cup Cakes or Muffins (8-1 p14
--Easy Scones (8-1) p14

--Eggplant with Celery (5-1) p9

--Egg Plant, fermented (16-5) p9

--Eggplant & Mushroom Filo Pasties (7-3) p16

--Eggplant, stir fry (5-1) p10

--Eveon’s easy quiche (8-4) p13

--Fetta, Thyme & Olive Tart (6-5) p19

--Fig & Ginger Cake (gluten free) (8-3) p17

--Fish Soup (7-4) p17

--Florence Fennel Bake (11-3) p14

--Frozen Banana Desert (8-1) p14

--Fruit Lassi (8-1) p14

--Fruit Liquors (3-2) p 16, 17

--Fruit Mince Pies (5-1) p9

--Fruit Mousse (8-1) p14

--Fruity Chicken (5-6) p16

--Garlic Mustard Kimchi (16-5) p9

--Giant Prize-Winning Sponge Cake (9-1) p14

--Ginger Biscuits (16-4) p10

--Gingerbread Christmas Tree (8-6) p13

--Gingered Pear & Choko Crumble (6-3) p17

--Gingered Pear & Choko Crumble (11-1) p11

--Glusburn Fafalini (8-4) p13

--Goats Cheese and Basil Pizza (7-1) p15
--Goats Cheese Pesto (7-5) p13
--Golden Dumplings (7-3) p17

--Gramma Pie (8-3) p17

--Gratin D’Aubergines (2-1) p10, 11

--Green Pawpaw Salad with dressing (11-2) p15

--Herb Butter (9-1) p14

--Honey Ginger Bunya Nuts (3-1) p18

--Honey Muesli Bar (7-1) p15

--Ice Cream (3-1) p16; (3-5) p20; (3-6) p14 

--Jerusalem Artichokes, Boiled (4-2) p14
--Jerusalem Artichokes, Salad (4-2) p14

--Kefir Smoothie (15-3) p6

--Kimchi, garlic mustard (16-5) p9

--Kombucha (perpetual) (16-5) p9

--Kombucka (15-3) p6

--Kombucha (perpetual) (16-5) p9

--Lamb& Spinach pies (3-1) p14, 15

--Lanacoora Chilli Nuts (7-2) p19
--Lanacoora Stuffed Mushrooms (7-2) p19

--Lady Finger (bhindi) (7-1) p15

--Leckerli (biscuits) (4-4) p14, 15
--Lemon Chicken (2-3) p16
--Lemon Cream Snow (3-6) p14
--Lemon Jelly Slice (2-3) p16
--Lemon & Lime Marmalade (2-3) p14, 15; (2-4) p22 

--Lemon Myrtle Cheesecake (7-6) p17;  (9-6) p12

--Lemon Myrtle Shortbread (3-3) p17

--Lemon Polenta Cake (8-5) p16

--Lemon Saucing Pudding (2-3) p15, 16
--Lemon Sponge (2-3) p15
--Lemon Wine (2-2) p11; (2-3) p13, 14

--Lemon Thyme Drizzle Cake (14-3) p15 

--Lemon Myrtle Cheese Cake (14-5) p11 

--Lemon Myrtle Powder for cooking (14-4) p12 

--Lemon Myrtle Shortbread (14-4) p12

--Lemon Teacake; (14-6) p7

--Lentil Salad with Baby Beets & Feta (15-5) P9

--Lentil Soup, French; (15-1) p13

--Laila‟s Avocado Dip (9-6) p11
--Limes, pickled (5-1) p10
--Macadamia and Lime Cake (7-1) p15

--Macadamia Melts (9-6) p12

--Madagascar Beans & Dutch Cream Potatoes (8-3) p17

--Madagascar Bean Snack (10-4) p9

--Madagascar Bean Snack (9-6) p11

--Malabar Spinach Salead (15-5) p5

--Mango Chutney (8-1) p14

--Mango Mousse, Ann’s (2-3) p15

--Marinade (smoker) (16-5) p9

--Mary River Tarts (8-2) p15

--Mashed Potatoes (7-5) p13

--Mayonnaise Sauce (4-2) p14

--Meringue (4-5) p13

--Milk Kefir (15-3) p5-6

--Mini Christmas Puddings (7-6) p16,  (8-6) p15 

--Mini Fruit Cake Pots (8-6) p13

--Moroccan Spice Mix (8-3) p17

--Mulberry Wine (2-5) p18

--Mushroom gravy (12-1) p11

--Native Hibiscus: Base plus, Preserve, Syrup & Cordial

--Nettle Risotto (10-5) p15

--Never Fail Fruit Cake, no dairy or sugar (16-6) p11

--No Fault Pumpkin Pie (7-4) p17

--No Knead Bread (11-3) p15

--Nut & Mushroom Balls (16-4) p10

--Oaty Orange Biscuits (7-5) p12

--Olives (2-2) p10
--Orange Ice (4-5) p13
--Passionfruit Curd Butter (3-5) p19, 20
--Passionfruit Pudding (3-5) p20
--Passionfruit Sauce (3-5) p20

--Passionfruit Vanilla Slice (15-1) p12--Paw Paw & Choko Chutney (6-3) p17

--Pear Pies (7-3) p16

--Pears, poached (2-2) p11, 12

--Peter‟s Garden Salad (9-2) p13

--Pear, Ginger & Treacle Pudding (11-4) p15

--Potatoes; cooking (14-5) p8

--Power Balls (9-5) p2

--Pritikin Cake (3-6) p13

--Pumpkin Chutney (7-3) p 17
--Pumpkin Pancakes, G’dma White’s (4-2) p13, 14 

--Pumpkin Pesto Pasta (6-2) p18

--Pumpkin Pie, American (4-2) p13

--Pumpkin Salad (7-6) p17
--Pumpkin Soup (6-2) p18

--Pumpkin Soup (11-3) p16

--Pumpkin & Carrot Soup (12-3) p13
--Pumpkin & Olive Bread (12-2) p9

--Pumpkin cake savoury/gluten/dairy free (14-4) p12

--Quick Bread Recipe (8-2) p14

--Radicchio & Avocado Salad (10-5) p16

--Rainbow Chard Frittata (5-5) p15

--Real Green Salad (10-5) p18

--Red Shahtoot (10-2) p3

--Replacing butter with Olive Oil (12-3) p6

--Rhubarb Coconut Cake (16-6) p12

--Rhubarb Chutney (3-2) p18

--Rhubarb & Pear Pies (7-3) p16

--Rhubarb-Ginger Relish; Prebiotic (16-6) p11

--Rhubarb Soufflé (3-2) p18, 19

--Rich Boiled Fruit Cake (5-6) p16

--Roasted chicken breast (12-1) p11

--Rosella, Apple & Yacon Dessert (11-4) p12

--Rosella Cordial (3-6) p13
--Rosella Jam (1-1) p 3; (3-2) p 17, 18
--Rosella Topping (6-2) p8
--Rosella Wine (3-2) p15, 16

--Rosemary & Pumpkin Cookies (9-2) p13

--Salt & Pepper Crackers (16-1) p8

--Sauerkraut (15-3) p7

--Savoury Apple & Rosemary Jelly (12-3) p12

--Scottish shortbread (12-1) p11

--Sidewalk Cake (3-6) p13

--Sidewalk Apple Cake (10-5) p16

--Sorrel Soup (6-5) p19

--Sour Bread; starter & loaf (16-5) p10

--Southern Sweet Potato Salad (9-1) p14

--Spiced Cherry Tomatoes (9-3) p13

--Spiced Red Cabbage (7-6) p17

--Spicy Red Lentils with Capers/currants (11-4) p11

--Spinach pie (easy as) (3-1) p15

--Spinach ( & Lamb) pies (3-1) p14, 15 

--Spinach, Ricotta & Bunya Filo’s (3-1) p17, 18 

--Spinach Soup with Fetta (3-1) p15, 16

--Sprout Salads (6-4) p19

--Smashed Broad Beans for Bruschetta (10- 5) p18

--Smashed Potatoes (7-5) p13

--Smoked Fish (14-4) p11
--Smoked Fish Pate (or Dip) (14-4) p11

--Stir-fried Chestnut Sprouts

--Strawberry Jam (7-2) p19

--Strawberry wine (2-5) p18
--Stuffing, Fruity Nut for Poultry (4-6) p9 

--Sugar Free Sweet Vinegar (9-3) p13

--Sugarless Banana Dessert/jam (9-2) p13

--Summer Fruit Bowl with Lemon Cream Snow (3-6) p14

--Summer Salads (4-6) p9

--Sushi Style Morsels (7-5) p13

--Swedish Cinnamon Cake (Kanelkaka) (15-5) p10

--Sweet Chilli Sauce/Jam (11-2) p15

--Sweet Fruits: Sugared Fruits, Fresh Fruit Dessert,- Berry Dessert (4-5) p13 

--Sweet Potato Bake (4-5) p13

--Tabouleh with Chickpeas Salad (7-6) p17

--Tamarillo chutney (10-2) p11

--Tamarillo, bakes in espresso cream (3-4) p17 

--Tamarillo Dessert (Nosh Up) (3-4) p17, 18 

--Tamarillo Jam (3-4) p18
--Tamarillo, poached (3-4) p17

--Tamarillo Sauce (3-4) p17
--Tamarillo, Waitangi Pudding (3-4) p18 

--Tamarillo Wine (3-3) p15
--Tasty Scone Roll (6-4) p12

--Tikenik, Bulgarian Pumpkin Ross (9-3) p14

--Tomato Chutney (5-4) p11
--Tomato Quiche in herb pastry (5-1) p9

--Tomato & Red Capsicum Chutney (12-1) p12

--Tomato Sauce (8-1) p14

--Tree Spinach (Imbika) & Coconut Milk (9-1) p14

--Vanilla Cake with Citrus Fruit in Vanilla Syrup (2-4) p 20, 21

--Vanilla slice (5-3) p18
--Vanilla & Sweet Wine Syllabub (2-4) p20, 21 

--Vanilla, White Chocolate & Almond Biscotti (2- ) p21, 22

--Vegetable Remnants (10-5) p16

--Vegetable Omelette (8-2) p14

--Vegetable Slice (7-1) p15

--Vegetables, Stuffed (5-2) p 17 

--Vegetable & Thyme Muffins (9-2) p13

--Vegetarian Mushroom Pie (3-4) 

--Walnut & coconut Biscuits (11-5) p17

--Walnut Vegetable Roast (5-2) p17 

--Water Kefir (15-3) p6

--Water Plants (3-7) p13
--Wattleseed Anzac Biscuits (3-3) p18 

--Wattleseed Ice Cream (3-6) p14 

--Winter Salad (3-4) p18

--Wombok Salad (8-6) p15

--Yates’ Pumpkin or Squash Salad (7-6) p17

--Zucchini & Corn Slice (16-3) p10

--Zucchini Pancakes (3-5) p19 

--Zucchini Pie (5-1) p9 

--Zucchini Relish (5-3) p18 

--Zucchini Soup (5-3) p18

--Zucchini Slice (8-6) p15

-R-  cont...

Recognising a Cry for Help (8-1) p13 

Recognising a Stroke (8-2) p

Red Bopple Nut (Hicksbeachia pinnatifolia) (8-1) p9 

Reducing Cane Toads breeding in dams; article (10-6) p9


Recycling:
-Bottles & Jars (7-3) p13

-Calendars (4-6) p6
-Chicken Coop, A-frame (3-7) p6

-Chicken Wire (8-6) p4

-Christmas Cards into Gift Boxes (8-1) p12

-Compost Sieve (8-3) p12

-Custard Apple Seeds (7-3) p8

-Flyscreen off cuts (7-1) p12
-Fruit Fly Trap (3-6) p10

-Hanging onion bag (12-1) p10

-Hot water bottle (7-1) p12

-Margarine containers (7-1) p12
-Milk Cartons (6-5) p6, 13, (7-1) p12
-Molectra Products, rubber based (4-3) p11 

-Newspaper (7-1) p12; (7-5) p14;

-Old Socks (6-4) p13, 14; (6-5) p9-11

-Onion bags (7-1) p12

-Plastic bottles & caps (11-1) p4

-Recycled Fertilizer Containers (7-1) p9

-Tea bags (7-1) p12; (7-2) p9, 10

-Toilet Rolls (7-6) p13

-Saving Seeds (8-1) p12

Recycling, being creative; photo’s (13-1) P4 

Recycling ideas (13-3) p14

Recycling; note & photo (14-5) p8
Recycling & water wise tip from FLORA (14-4) p10

Recycling E-waste; article (15-1) p10

Recycling Soft Plastic (16-1) p9

Recycling – an Epiphany (16-5) p10

Recycling ideas for your garden (16-2) p5-6

-Washing machine drum to brazier, And lawn art (13-2) P8


Remembrance, beautiful person; article (16-3) p3


References/Recommended Reading: 

-Aluminium (4-3) p5

-Arrowroot (4-3) p5 

-Australian Native Produce (2-3) p8 

-Broad Beans (6-2) p9

-Bush Tucker: (2-3) p8;
-Butterflies (5-6) p17

-Chooks: (2-2) p5
-Cleanup Aust. (3-3) p18
-Comfrey (4-2) p13
-Crop Rotation (2-5) p9
-Currumbin Eco Village (3-5) p12
-DPI (3-5) p20, 21
-Earth Strength (3-6) p12
-Edible Landscapes (4-2) p11
-Feng Shui (6-4) p16
-Frogs (6-2) p16
-Frost (3-3) p7

-For Love of Roses (7-6) p7

-Geese (3-2) p10, 11
-Ginger (4-4) p13, 14
-Global Garden (3-4) p18, 19

-Green Harvest (7-1) p5

-Heliothis Caterpillar (3-4) p9
-Herbs: (2-3) p13; (2-5) p15; (3-1) p7; (6-3) p14; (1-1)p 3; (2-1) p9; (2-1) p9

-Life & Energy in Agriculture (7-4) p11

-Natural Paint Book, the (7-2) p9

-Mangroves to Mountains (3-4) p3

-Molectra Technologies (4-3) p11

-No Dig Gardening (4-3) p6
-Pests & diseases (2-5) p7; (2-5) p20; (4-3) p6 

-Plunkett Road (6-3) p12
-Poisonous Plants (5-4) p9
-Preserving (5-1) p8
-Propagation (4-4) p5, 6
-Radishes (3-7) p4
-Seed Savers (4-2) p 11


-Snakes: (2-2) p7

-Snake Identification Guide (7-4) p9

-So Shall We Reap (7-3) p7

-Soil Additives (6-2) p11
-Sprouting (5-6) p15
-Squash (2-5) p10
-Straw Bale (5-2) p10
-Sub-Tropical Fruit Club (3-5) p21
-Sustainable living & growing (4-3) p3; (4-4) p6 

-Vanilla plant (2-4) p10
-Warm Earth Magazine (4-4) p6 

-Water-efficient Garden (3-7) p7, 8
-Water Plants (3-7) p13
-Weeds (5-5) p9

-Wild Herbs of Aust. & NZ (7-4) p15

-Wildlife of Greater Brisbane (3-4) p4

-Yacon, web search for (7-1) p5



Refrigerator, eliminate smells (3-1) p13 

Refrigerator, Sustainable Living (7-3) p11

Review, before & after floods; article (13-5) p9

Rhaphiolepis, shrub mt barney (8-5) p14

Rhubarb:  -deter beetle (2-5) p6; (3-2) p12, 13; -recipes (3-2) p18, 19, (7-3) p16  -keeping fresh (7-6) p18

Riberry (Syzygium Luehmanni) (8-1) p8

Richmond Birdwing Butterfly (7-5) p11

Robertsons garden; plant ID (12-1) p6

Roma St Parklands, info for Excursion (7-2) p6

Roman Blind, give away (8-5) p16

Room Freshener (3-1) p14

Rooster, Taming the; Article, Robyn Denmeade (15-5) 8

Rooster Truce (16-1) p10

Rose Apple (9-1) p12

Roses, growing (13-4) p14

Rosella (Hibiscus Sabdariffa): (3-2) p11 ; with leaf curl (9-1) p16 ; article (14-1) p5 ; De-seeding Tool (3-2) p11-12 ; 

recipes (3-2) p 15, 18; (3-6) p13; (6-2) p8

Rosie‟s weeds (9-2) p11

RSPSC, plea not to use sticky traps (9-4) p6

Ryan, Phil; October Guest Speaker (15-1) p3-4



-S-


Saba Chestnut (3-2) p14; (6-4) p6

Sage, hints for (8-1) p13

Salad Weeds (9-3) p10; (9-4) p8

Sale, Trade, Give away, Exchange, Buy: THESE HAVE NOT BEEN ADDED AS THEY ARE NOT CURRENT

Salsa Verde (3-6) p6

Salvinia Molesta, aquatic plant, article (10-2) p10

Sandpaper Fig (Ficus fraseri), note (14-3) p8 

Saucepan, burnt (3-1) p13

Sauropus androgynus (sweet leaf bush); article (14- 2) p5
Scarecrow Festival, Mt Tamborine; Article/photos (14-1) p4
Scarecrow Festival, Mt Tamborine; article/photo (15-1) p13

Sculpture, recycled material, photo of (7-3) p13

Scurvy Weed (9-3) p10

Seaweed& molasses, spray (2-5) p7



Seed:

Seed Bank (3-3) p10-11 ; (6-4) p11

Seeds for survival, article (12-3) p11

Seed Germination (7-4) p5

Seed Raising Potting Mix, homemade (3-2) p5-7

Seed Raising/sowing (3-4) p11, 12; (5-3) 9, 10;- (5-4) p4; (6-2) p9, (8-5) p12

Seed Saving (8-1) p12(15-2) p7 ; article (7-6) p8 -Gumboot garden (12-5) p5 -Cucumber seeds (11-1) p6

Seed Savers Network (2-3) p18

Self Forage Systems for Livestock (5-3) p11 

Sentree Tree Protector (8-1) p9

Seminars (3-7) 6, 7
Septic tank (5-1) p7-9


SGA, Sustainable Gardeners Association (8-2) p9

Shrubs, 4th layer (14-4) p5

Shannon’s Mushrooms, picture (15-3) p9

Sheep: -Damara (7-3) p12 -keeping of (5-4) p10 -Wiltshire Horn, (7-3) p12

Shirt Collars, clean (3-1) p14

Shrubs; Murraya “mock orange” (13-2) p14

Silverbeet (3-1) p7, 8 ;  problem with (8-6) p10

Silverfish, control of (2-5) p6

Sine- that’s it (12-5) p5

Six Rainforest Plants for SEQ Gardens (8-1) p7-9
Skin Care, natural recipe (15-1) p14

Snakes, Vanessa Bull; article (14-3) p5-6
Spinach, Okinawa (14-4) p5

Slow Food Feast (8-2) p12

Slug & Snail: -don‟t like beer (9-1) p16 -recipe (10-2) p9 -control of (2-5) p6, 7; (3-5) p18

Smart Housing News (7-5) p15

Smelly Shoes, deodorise (3-1) p14

Snake Gourd (10-4) p19

Snake: (2-2) p6-7 -identification guide, available from (7-4) p9 -in the Compost (8-2) p11 -hiding places (8-2) p11 -tales of 

Snippets from Science: 

-poo in protein; article (13- 1) p5
-bees & caffeine; article (13-2) p8
-toilet paper-v-bidets; article (13-2) p8 

Soil:

-Additives (6-2) p11

-Addendum (2-2) p6

-Cold (7-4) p12
-Fertility, article (8-5) p12

-Green Manure (3-1) p10, 11
-Issues (2-1) p4; 

-mineral deficiency in (10-6) p8

-Tip for keeping cool (7-1) p9

-Soils ain‟t soils, article (9-6) p5

-Soil & Plant Nutrition, seminars (7-1) p9
-good soil grows good healthy food (13-1) p4 

Solanum Nigrum (black nightshade) (10-1) p6

Solar:

-Dryer for excess produce (9-4) p7

-Cooking; article (11-4) p4-5

-Power; article by Ross Holmes (11-5) p9-10 

-power in Central London (8-5) p16

-Success; article/recipe (11-4) p13


Sore throat, remedy (8-5) p17

Sorrel, recipe (6-5) p19 

SORT Recycling, not for profit (15-1) p10

Sound the Alarm; article, Mark Tully Storm, article (8-6) p12

Soup, recipe (7-4) p17; (7-5) p12

Sour dough – Amish bread starter (11-1) p10

South American Chestnut (6-4) p6

Soya Beans, a perfect food (5-6) p14-15

Spaghetti Pumpkin, article (13-5) p10

Spicy History, a; article Cumin(15-1) p10

Spinach, recipes (3-1) p14-16 

Spinach Tree Leaf (9-1) p12

Spring Gardening (6-4) p10 

Springtime on the Mountain; Garden Trail (11-5) p11-12

Sprouting: (5-6) p15; (6-4) p7,  Mung Beans, how to (1-3) P2

Sprouts, pumpkin (15-3) p11

Squash, summer (3-5) p 7-10S (cont)

Squash or Pumpkin?; article Marg Arnold (13-6) p9

Stackable Garden, article (7-4) p10

Stag Horns, borers in (9-1) p16

Stand-by, sustainable living (7-5) p15

Stanley Garden, the; Article on visit (13-4) p3 

Stanthorpe Excursion, Report; Bev MacFarlane (13-3) p13

Star Apple (Chrysophyllum cainito) (10-2) p3

Star Pickets, removal of (6-4) p11

Stevia, sweetener, use of (5-5) p10-12

St Erth garden visit, article (14-3) p9-10

Stinking Roger, article, not so stinky (9-3) p11

Straw Bale Technology (5-5) p13

Strawberry:  -most popular berry fruit (9-5) p14 ; -wine (2-5) p18 ; -Zdana variety (5-5) p8 

Striking cutting (7-4) p4

Suburban to urban landscape, article (7-1) p8

Sugar Apple, note (14-3) p8

Super grub, Heliothis caterpillar (3-4) p6-9 

Summer of the Beans (& more); article (11-1) p13

Sun Dried, Tomatoes (1-3) p3 
Suncoya, note (14-3) p8

Sustainable:

Sustainable Gardening Experience; article (13-6) p7

Living: 

-Good Old Day, the (6-4) p14 

-Parenthood (6-5) p14

-Food Additives (7-1) p13 

-lets talk bamboo (7-2) p11-p13; p17 

-is your fridge ridge dige (7-3) p11

-convert your car to lpg (7-4) p6

-don't be an air head about aircon, don't standby (7-5) p15 

-food for thought, washing machine (7-6) 16

-edible food garden (8-2) p13

-soil fertility (8-5) p12

-Shannon's tips - pet fur & lavender stalks recycling (8-6) p4

-Issues in the Scenic Rim; article (11-4) p10

-cloth nappies; article (11-3) p6 

-views on sustainability Jo Smith & Linda Deseck (11-5) p10


Sweet corn (2-4) p10 ; (6-4) p10

Sweet Leaf Bush, (Sauropus androgynus); article (14-2) p5 ; (15-3) p11

Sweet life, the; article (14-2) p7

Sweet Peas, planting time (6-2) p5
Sweet Potatoes: (6-4) p10 ; (11-3) p11 ; (14-4) p4 ; (16-4) p6 ; -holes in leaves (9-2) p11 ; -question: how to plant? (8-3) p11 ; -article; Denis Cox (13-3) p8

Sweet Verbena Tree (1-2) p1

Swimming pool, decommissioning of (10-3) p12


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A thank you to the TSGS family (11-2) p17

Tabouleh, recipe (7-6) p17

Tamarillo: (3-3) p15 ; (3-4) p12-14 ; (3-4) p17, 18 ; propagation of (8-6) p10-11

Tamborine Mtn State High School, a visit (6-5) p6 ; Food Club (7-3) p5

Tamborine Mt Scarecrow Festival; TSGS entry (11-5) p12 ; article (14-1) p4

Tamborine School Market, a visit; article (15-4) p6

Tanacetum parthenium (feverfew) (11-5) p14-15 

Taro (14-4) p4

Tom’s Edible Weeds; article (11-2) p14 


Tomato (4-2) p10-11 ; (11-3) p11

-The experiment (10-5) p12

-gardening with Ross (9-6) p6

-hot house (9-5) p17

-sun dried (1-3) p3
-the bush (2-3) p7, 8
-pests & problems (2-4) p10-14 

-Mortgage Lifter; article/photos (14-1) p3


Tanks (2-4) p2-4; (6-5) p6

Tansy (2-3) p12, 13
Tartrazine, yellow menace (5-6) p9, 10
Tatsoi (3-5) p18; (6-4) p10

Tea Bag, recycling of (7-1) p12; (7-2) p9, 10

Tea Towels, clean (3-1) p14
Television Screen, clean (3-1) p13
Termites (5-2) p5, 7
Tetanus (5-6) p5

Theil, Ron & Gaye, our move (7-6) p6

Tick:  Control (9-1) p5 ; removal of (8-6) p5; p10

Tips for netting (7-1) p9

Toads, reducing breeding in dams (10-6) p9

Toilet, cleaning (3-1) p13, cleaner (7-6) p14

Toilet Rolls, recycling of (7-6) p13

Tool Sharpening (8-2) p3

Toothpaste, making of (3-1) p14

Tradesman wanted (7-2) p8

Trade Table (3-7) p9, 10 ; why we love it (7-5) p5

Tree Ferns, caterpillars in (9-1) p16

Tree Protectors (8-1) p9; (8-5) p17

Trees & vines, 5th layer (14-4) p5

Tree Wisteria, seedlings available (16-1) p3

Tree Spinach (Chaya), article, is there cyanide in (9-2) p7 ; (16-1) p11

Tri Nature, cleaning products (6-4) p3

Trip around Oz, (10-2) p9


TSGS:

TSGS History, article (11-4) p9 

TSGS, Formation of (11-4) p10 

TSGS, Nomination form (5-2) p 19
TSGS, Groundswell Self Profile Prompts (3-7) p2, 3


Annual President Report 

2002  (2-3) p2 - Peter van Velzen

2003  (3-3) p2 -Peter van Velzen

2004 (4-3) p2 - Liz Forrester

2005 (5-3) p2 - Liz Forrester

2006 (5-3) p2 - Liz Forrester

2007 (7-3) p2 - Liz Forrester
2008 (8-3) p2 - Jo Smith
2009 (9-3) p2 - Jo Smith
2010 (10-3) p2 - Rob Szwedzinski
2011 (11-3) p3 - Rob Szwedzinski
2012 (12-3) p2 - Rob Szwedzinski
2012 (12-6) p2-3 - Rob Szwedzinski - Who does what? Letter
2013 (13-3) p2 - Denise James
2014 (14-3) p3 - Denise James
2015 (15-3) p3 - Wendy Emerson
2016 (16-3) p4 - Elene Schmith
2017 (17-3) p2 - Elene Schmith
2018 ??????  - Tom Baster 
2019 ??????  - Tom Baster 

Committee Members
2002 - (2-3) p1
2003 - (2-3) p1
2004 - (4-3) p1
2005 - (5-3) p1
2006 - (6-3) p1
2007 - (7-3) p1
2008 - (8-3) p1
2009 - (9-3) p1
2010 - (10-3) p1
2011 - (11-3) p1
2012 - (12-3) p1 
2013 - (13-3) p1
2014 - (14-3) p1
2015 - (15-3) p3 
2016 - (16-3) p4
2017 - (17-3) p1
2018 - (18-3) p1
2019 - (19-3) p1

Minutes: See seperate pages click here


TSGS Excursions/Events:

2001-Simply Natural organic Farm (1-2) p 1

2004-Springtime on the Mtn Festival (4-5) p12

2004-Sunshine Coast (4-4) p4

2005-Djanbung Gardens (5-5) p14

2005-Northey St City Farm/ Charteris Garden (5-3) p7, 8 - 

2006-Beelarong & Indigiscape (6-4) p 5; (6-5) p5

2006-Byron Bay (6-5) p10

2006-Progressive Lunch (6-4) p16; (6-5) p12

2007-Bellis, article(7-4) p7

2007-Christmas Party, date for the diary (7-5) p9 - Breakfast Photo Gallery (7-6) p4

2007-Roma St Parklands& Herb Show article(7-3) p6

2007-Trip to Kenilworth (7-6) p9

2007-Tully, Mark, a visit to his property (7-3) p7

2008-Beaudesert Eco Expo (8,2) p16

2008-Biodynamic Farm @Beechmont (8,2) p17

2009 Christmas Breakfast (9-6) p2

2010-Host Gardens for 2010 (9-5) p2


Tulips, growing from seed, advice for(7-1) p14 

Turkey, bush; deterrent (8-5) p14

Turmeric (6-4) p12 ; article (10-5) p11-12 ; rotation of (14-4) p2

Twenty-Twenty Summit (8-2) p13
Tyre Garden (3-3) p12



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Upcoming Events:
-Annual Australian Plants Autumn Sale (9-2) p8 

-Bird Week, Mt Barney Lodge (9-1) p13; (9-2) p8; (9-3) p15;

-Colin Campbell‟s Book Launch (9-4) p13

-Fashion & Flowers (9-4) p13 

-Gardening Aust. Expo (9-1) p13

-Open Garden, Logan Village (9-4) p14

-Rose Show (9-3) p15


Upside down garden; article photo’s (11-1) p7

Umbrella tree (6-1) p6 

Unnatural Selection, article; (15-2) p7

Useful contacts (2-2) p12 

Useful Weeds (4-6) p5

USA, holiday in (7-4) p10


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Vale to Members

Bev MacFarlane (16-3) p3

Peter Ahmat (16-2) p9 

Rob Szwedzinski (16-2) p9


Vanessa Bull on Snakes (14-3) p5-6 

Vanilla Bean, note (14-3) p8
Velvet Apple, note (14-3) p8
Vetiver Grass (14-4) p4

Valley of the Mist; a possible excursion? (7-6) p15

Variegated Toad Lily (9-2) p11

VCR; request for repair/service of (7-4) p17

Vanilla:

Vanilla Bean & Plant (Vanilla flagons syn. v. planifolia) (2-4) p9,10

Vanilla, recipes (2-4) p20-22 

Vegetables: 

-Growing on Bale of Hay (1-3) p2

-Recipe (3-4) p18; (5-2) p17

-Storing (7-3) p9

-Planting Guide; Oct, Nov, Dec (9-5) p12; Dec–Feb (9-6) p10

Vertical Garden, idea for small spaces (8-4) p10

Vetiver Grass (8-5) p14

Vietnamese Mint (4-3) p6

Vinegar, cleaning use (7-6) p14

Volunteering a Kooralbyn; article (12-1) p7



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Wild Flowers of Western Qld, photos (16-6) p5

Water Leaf Spinach (14-4) p4
White Turmeric, note (14-3) p8
Wicking Boxes; article & photo’s (14-5 p9
Winged Yam/purple yam (Dioscorea alata) (14-4) p7- 8
Walnuts, recipe (5-2 ) p 17

Walnut Tree, mouldy fallen fruit (7-5) p16

Warm Box, using a (7-2) p10

Wandering Jew (9-3) p10Waste Recycling System (3-2) p8, 9

Wanted: easy method for shelling hard boiled eggs (9-1) p13

Washing Machine Sustainable living (7-6) p16

Washing Powder (7-6) p14

Wattle seed, recipe (3-3) p18; (3-6) p14

WATER:
-Changing Suburbia (3-3) p12, 13 
-Grey water, filtering (7-6) p6,7

-Filter (6-5) p18
-Tank Level Gauge (4-5) p5
-Tanks, free (6-5) p6

-Saving tips (7-2) p11

Water Chestnuts (Chestnut-Eleocharis dulcis) (3-2) p14; (6-4) p6; (6-5) p7; (7-2) p12

-mosquito problem (8-6) p10

-article(12-5) p9 

Water plants, edible (12-2) p9-10

Weather forecast; March 2012 (12-2) p7
Where’s my duck-dammit, article (12-5) p6
Watermelon: (2-5) P7

-photo of (10-1) p9
-square – believe it or not (10-5) p19

Water Plants, Edible (3-7) p12, 13
Water wise (2-4) p2-4
Water, pump (2-4) p4-6; (2-5) p10

Website Review:

-Cane Toads (3-7) p8, 9
-Cleanup Aust. Day (3-3) p18, 19
-Daleys Fruit (4-3) p5
-DPI: Int’l Year of Freshwater (3-5) p20, 21
-Earth Strength (3-6) p12
-Global Garden (3-4) p18, 19
-Organic (4-2) p13
-Weeds (2-5) p7; (4-6) p5; (5-4) p15; (5-5) p9; (5-5) p16 
-Weewalk Bush Food Tour (3-3) p4, 5
-White Cedar (Melia azeradach) (3-3) p9
-Wildflower Weekend, Review (3-5) p4, 5
-Wildlife, a surprise (4-5) p9 

We are like one big family; extract article (11-1) p4 

Weeds:

Weeds in the south east, article (8-6) p7

Weeds, more of (8-6) p8

Weeds, The Wild Wisdom of; Book Revue (15-5) p6

Wine:

-Beetroot (3-1) p12, 13
-Chilli (3-3) p18; (5-2) p 17 
-Lemon (2-2) p11; (2-3) p13l,14 
-Mulberry (2-5) p18
-Rosella (3-2) p15, 16 
-Strawberry (2-5) p18 
-Tamarillo (3-3) p15
Western Australian Wild Flowers; article (10-5) p10 

White Sapote (Casimiroa edulis) (10-2) p3 

Wwoofing Experience, A; article (10-5) p8-9

Wwoof!, article/photo’s (10-4) p5-6

Whey (7-2) p10

What is Sustainability? Write an article (11-4) p6 

White Oil Recipe; Peter Cundle’s (8-4) p8

Wild Cucumber (9-1) p16

Wildlife, please don‟t hurt the (9-4) p6

Wildlife Festival & Workshops (7-6) p15 

Wiltshire Horn Sheep (7-3) p12

Wild herbs or eating weeds, article (8-2) p15

Willy Peppers (11-3) p16
Window & Glass cleaner (7-6) p14
Wine Making at home; John King (7-6) p10, 11 

Wine Press; decorative uses of (7-6) p11
Winter & Cold Soil (7-4) p12

Wom Boks, not hearting up (9-1) p16

Women in War;article by D. Wendt-Weir (15-2) p11-15

Wood Staining Creatively (7-2) p9

Wood Ash, use of in Gardens (4-5) p6-8 

Wood Staining Creatively (7-2) p9

Workshop - Shabari Bird  (13-5) p12

Working Bee, Kenyon's thanks (8-1) p3

Worm Mansion from a dustbin (6-2) p17 

Worms (2-3) p2-5

Worm Farm wanted (8-2) p17
Wormwood (6-2) p5

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Yacon (14-4) p5
Yandina community gardens; photo (14-5) p9 

Yeast in Gardening; article (14-4) p10

Yacon, growing (7-1) p5

Yam Bean (10-4) p10

Yates garden notes (7-1) p7, 9

Year of the frog:

Jan & Feb (8-1) p5 

Mar & Apr (8-2) p6 

May & Jun (8-3) p7 

Jul & Aug (8-4) p7 

Sept & Oct (8-5) p6 

Nov & Dec (8-6) p6

Yellow weed (11-2) p14



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Zucchini, spray for mildew (7-5) p17

Zucchini, recipe (3-5) p19; (5-1) P9;

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