Does your Jasmine attract most of the pest damage?Here we are again a mini update for you. We're up and walking again, they said I wouldn't, I said I would, so there here are some pics of my grow. Thanks to daunting Daughter.
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Catch you all later.
Hi ChinaVoodoo, Yes we are able to grow all year long here. My neighbor plants his crop in our winter, less bugs, and stuff he recons. We are in a sort of mini climate where I live. Our daily temperatures are around 21°c, with nights dropping to aroundDoes your season usually go this long? It's almost winter.
Looks delicious! When I made cavendish with wlt bright leaf, it smelled like fig newtons.Hi guys, some more stuff. I had a crack at making some Cavendish. I used the Pressure Cooker method, one with just medium cased leaf and one with water in the jars. No water was yummy, daughter arrived just after I'd opened the jar and said it smelled really sweet. The water filled one's not so good. Anyway here's some pictures.
View attachment 36483 View attachment 36484 View attachment 36485 Filtering Vanilla beans, Coffee, Honey with Rum, Red Wine and Vodka, a dash of Glycerine for luck.
Just a spritz over the Baccy and it smells and tastes great.