Gary Roth
Gary Roth

This is a real cool solution, 4 natural fruits & veggies, also grate 4 the enviornment!

Jane Anderson
Jane Anderson

Productive garden always beats water guzzling, boring grass. Here in NZ, our schools have vege gardens, our community has a community garden and out in our garden veges are growing.

Matthew Preston
Matthew Preston

good lick to him in his fight against bureaucracy!

Angela McLaughlin
Angela McLaughlin

Kitchen Gardeners of the World Unite. You have nothing to lose but pesticides, additives, GMs etc.

Grace Mary Gibson
Grace Mary Gibson

Where will this stupid bureaurocracy end?

Frances Lilian
Frances Lilian

I am away from my own garden at present... our garden means so much to me and my housemate. for me to have a home garden means I can grab a fresh snack 'handful-to-munch-on' whenever I am 'on the fly' as I head out the door. for my housemate having a home garden strengthens the bond between him and his deceased migrant parents... his father was an avid home gardener who achieved wonderful results for his growing family... we are both still "L" platers on the learning curve of this great adventure!

Frances Lilian
Frances Lilian

as a gardener who believes and acts on reciprocity I pray for ample rain where it is needed for our growing community in south east queensland australia... for everyone... the farmers, the gardeners, for the resources staff at linkwater, for the non-gardening members of the community, the state government staff (who cop an ear-full when it floods/drought), and for nurturing the plants (to wash away the irritations from being in our presence when we humans are annoyed and upset).

Stephen Frank G
Stephen Frank G

its hard to believe we allow governments to rule our most basic rights as a human animal.

Carol Mckay
Carol Mckay

I truly thought they'd have something bigger and more important to worry about than someone trying to grow their own fresh veg. Something like perhaps finding homes for the homeless. Get real...........................

Charles Kelley
Charles Kelley

I await my summer tomatoes every year. The tastless, thick skinned tomatoes available at the market don't compare to the home-grown kind. The tomato plant requires full sun. Wherever that is available is a great place for a garden. If you live on the North side of your street--the front yard is the pace to grow!

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