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Liz & Dan commented on Charlene Kennedy’s status
"My baby fig tree has taken off in growth as the weather has been warming up!"
May 10
Liz & Dan left a comment for victor Nevarez
"Welcome to our forum, Victor! there's a treasure trove of info here :)"
May 4
Liz & Dan commented on Stacie Staats’s status
"Nicely done!  Thanks for sharing and congrats on finishing your herbalism course!!!"
Apr 7
Liz & Dan left a comment for Christine Del Re
"Welcome Christine! So glad you can join us on our forum. :) Liz"
Mar 31
Liz & Dan left a comment for Stacie Staats
"Welcome Stacie! We are happy you joined us :) Liz"
Mar 30
Liz & Dan commented on Lesley Fitzpatrick’s status
"As I think more about what you described, if your plant is under a roof but facing east, it might be that it's just not getting enough sunlight.  A photo of the plant as a close up and another farther away showing context would help with determining…"
Mar 26
Liz & Dan commented on Lesley Fitzpatrick’s status
"What a great question!  I have a couple of Burseras, one is the native elephant tree and the other is the hindsiana (if memory serves - it was a gift).  They are both in pots. The native one keeps it's leaves over the winter, but my hindsiana it is…"
Mar 25
Michael Hills and Liz & Dan are now friends
Mar 4
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Mar 2
Liz & Dan replied to Liz & Dan's discussion Healthy Chocolate Puddings in Growing Gourmet
"Well I originally posted this going on 5 years ago and it's still a family favorite!  Never do remember to snap a photo before eating it...   I've got a graham cracker crust in the pantry that's calling out for this chocolate as a pie filling :)"
Mar 2
Liz & Dan replied to Richard Hopkins's discussion Preserving olives in Growing Gourmet
"UC Davis has a great how to publication for curing olives: https://..."
Mar 2
Liz & Dan posted a status
Looking forward to seeing my Herbie friends at the Herb Festival Tomorrow!
Feb 26
Liz & Dan posted a discussion in Aquaponics
Hi all, you may already be aware of the work Dr Brooks is doing with Aquaponics around the Valley, and especially his 3 hour farm technique.  I love this series of videos he's putting together tracking the production of one of his aquaponics…
May 31, 2020
Liz & Dan replied to Kate Radosevic's discussion Volunteers Needed for Food Day on 10/21!
"I'm triple booked today and just saw this posting.  Sounds like a great event!  Today is also the DBG Plant sale, its GAIN (Getting Arizonans Involved in Neighborhoods) night and I'm in charge of a bunch of the block party and its Trees Matters'…"
Oct 21, 2017
Liz & Dan replied to Silvia Messmer's discussion Where to locate sugar cane in the home garden in Native & Perennial Foods
"So I thought I'd jump in on this discussion after growing sugar cane in pots.  The fist sugar cane was a green variety from an Asian grocery store, don't know which type cane it was but i put it in my experimental wicking bed and TOOK OFF!!!  It…"
May 27, 2017
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