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.
Thank you.

Just visiting?
Say hello.
We love to hear from you all.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Trans-plant 29

Wanted to let you know 10 packs of sunflower seeds have been dispatched in Melbourne and Woodend.  Such a fun project, I felt pretty conspicuous taking photos, but it’s great to be a little silly sometimes. 






Kirsty

Update
Another packet of seeds has been found. Woohoo!
Read all about it here.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Spring into Sowing

With Spring not not far away in the southern hemisphere, many of you will be getting seedlings underway for your beautiful new season vegetables. This is a great time to think about the 'trans-plants' you could be doing in early September. We thought this would be a perfect opportunity to have another Giving Day on 1 September. Who's in?

If you aren't too sure what you should be planting at this time of year, no matter which hemisphere you are in, head over to some of the links in the sidebar that give great planting calendars.

It will be really exciting to see how many people think they might like to join in. Why not leave a little message letting everyone know that you would like to play. You might even already know what you will be planting.

Remember that enthusiasm is contagious, so please spread the word.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Trans-plant 28

I just wanted to let you know that the daughters and I had an action packed morning dropping off half a dozen seed packets around the place (North-west Melbourne outskirts). Have posted about it on the blog



http://slowlivingessentials.blogspot.com/2011/07/adventures-of-sneakiest-kind.html

This was SO much fun, I can't wait to try it with actual newspaper pots...

Christine

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Sharing with 720ABC

This morning I headed into the ABC studios here in Perth to be interviewed by the wonderful Roots and Shoots team. James, Sabrina and Olivia were so welcoming and excited to hear about Sow. Give. Grow.

There has been a great response this morning following the chat.

I hope that those of you who listened feel enthused to join in the fun.

Take care

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?





Bruisemouse

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Trans-plant 26

I left a pack of Rocket seed on the table in the cafe in Nanango Foodworks yesterday. I took a photo with my phone. I do hope they go to a good home, I have been giving away seeds/seedlings for a long time and am running out of victims... I mean recipients LOL
Judi B


Saturday, July 2, 2011

Trans-plant 25

Hi, I left two packets of Poor Man’s Beans at Nanango markets this morning.  I got a bit shy and didn’t take a photo of where I left them!  They were next to the toilet block.  I didn’t see if anyone took them, so I hope they found a nice new home today.




WARNING: If you are the lucky recipient of one of these fabulous packets, look at what you have to look forward to. It's a biggie.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Trans-plant 24 - Giving Day

Hello there.
I have just returned from trans-planting 10 little Cape Gooseberry seedlings. I hope that they are all on their way to a new home.
If you happened to find one of these and take it home, I would love to hear from you: either send me an email or add a comment to this post. It would be great to find out which one/s you found and what were your initial thoughts.






I had a great time going around and dropping these around the northern suburbs of Perth.

Yours in sneakiness

BM