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Monday, 5 May 2014

Moving On

Remember my cuttings from December last year?

The time finally arrived last weekend to move them on.

After a few alternatives were offered, I decided that they would go to the one that was the most prepared to receive them before the winter months set.

So They will be going to a disability service in Winmalee to replant a sensory garden lost during the October bush fires. 

But when the request was made, via social media, I knew that these herbs would be perfect for a sensory garden. 

The plants include:
Rose Geranium
Lemon Balm
Lemon Grass
Lemon Thyme
Bush Basil,
Eau de Cologne Mint
Chocolate Mint

Unfortunately, the sage cuttings didn't survive!  

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