Those of you lucky enough to come across Sow. Give. Grow. as a Grower, please make sure to revisit the site until your trans-planted gift blog post has been uploaded. We would all love for you to add a comment to the post about your reaction to finding your little parcel.
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Friday, July 8, 2011

Trans-plant 27

I trans-planted 5 more Cape Gooseberries while on a little trip to East Perth.
I hope these all manage to get rehomed.
Are you the new owner of one of these little plants? Which one did you find? Where was it?



Anonymous said...

Thankyou peeps, yes one of them is now mine and will be planted at Perth City Farm. Love what you are doing and please pop in some time, I'd love to chat @BennysTreasure

Bruise Mouse said...

Yah! So glad it has been rehomed. Will head over once I work out how.

Anonymous said...

hi, we found plant in the last photo in the kids playground at East Perth! It is doing well :)

We googled the pland and photos of the fruit and now the kids are excited and want the fruit NOW !!!

Thanks so much

Bruise Mouse said...

Toni, so glad you found this little plant and that the kiddies are excited. We would love for you to send some photos when it grows up and fruits.
Happy growing