By Karral Miller
Introduction by Victoria. First of many fabulous photos in Thea’s presentation. Photo: Karral Miller
Three years ago Thea and Luke O’Loughlin came from Melbourne to live in a rented house in Albury. Previous tenants had planted some citrus trees, a banana tree (plantains), a passionfruit vine and a few pumpkins and potatoes but had left little in the way of good gardening beds. Undaunted and with almost no gardening experience, Thea and Luke set out to produce as much of their own food as they could without spending a heap of money. Continue reading
Members brought their favourite tomatoes – we checked them out, tasted them, and some even went home for seed saving still in the fruit!
Our February gathering was a tomato-themed triumph with more than 35 attendees sharing their experiences, tips and questions. Big thanks to Karral Miller for her work to prepare and facilitate the session and to all who joined in.
Karral has also generously summarized the discussions so you can refer back to (or catch up on) the content, including tomato varieties, growing advice, pests and diseases, saving seed, dealing with the glut (yes, that includes recipes!) and even links for further reading.
You might like to grab yourself a cuppa and settle in for a little reading session. Continue reading