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robchin
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Loving this. So simple. Did you use a wholesaw? How did you get perfect circles BradAU?

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Hi. Im with @Grub80 on this one. Might be a bit late to hope they'll ripen at this stage. Maybe some Green Tomato Chutney

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Nice simple project.Never a wine surplus at my place

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Hi AHoy. Not sure if anybody has answered this yet but if not - be Cautious. It is a Castor Oil plant. Ricinus communis. Declared noxious in most part ...

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Sorry guys I can't tell either. Photo of the bush and foliage would help.

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No pressure there Jason . Succulents are not my strongest suit but I suspect it's some sort of Sedum possibly Sedum pachyphyllum - related to the Jel ...

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Hi. Certainly in the Cucurbit family which includes cucumbers and watermelons. Many of them do look the same from the outside. I thought it might be a ...

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I have come up with what I think is an original idea which I have not seen used anywhere else and hope it proves useful to other Workshoppers. I have ...

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robchin
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Hi. Im with @Grub80 on this one. Might be a bit late to hope they'll ripen at this stage. Maybe some Green Tomato Chutney

robchin
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Nice simple project.Never a wine surplus at my place

robchin
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Hi AHoy. Not sure if anybody has answered this yet but if not - be Cautious. It is a Castor Oil plant. Ricinus communis. Declared noxious in most part ...

robchin
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No pressure there Jason . Succulents are not my strongest suit but I suspect it's some sort of Sedum possibly Sedum pachyphyllum - related to the Jel ...

robchin
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Hi. Certainly in the Cucurbit family which includes cucumbers and watermelons. Many of them do look the same from the outside. I thought it might be a ...

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Hi Jan1.Orchids are a great source of income for retailers - not only because they are beautiful and make great presents but because people have a ten ...

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