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Peggy Sorensen
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  • Peoria, AZ
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Edible & Medicinal Plant Walk

Started Feb 27, 2014

Manual Oil Press
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Janine May 11, 2009.

Hollyhocks and Citrus trees
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Peggy Sorensen Mar 11, 2009.

 

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Peggy Sorensen replied to Brian C.'s discussion Give Away! Rabbits, Chickens, plants.
"Sorry you are moving, but appreciate your generosity! I would love some of the herbs.  I will be downtown later today so if you're available and it isn't raining too hard, I'll stop by."
Aug 9, 2016
Peggy Sorensen replied to Kate Radosevic's discussion FREE Shade Cloth, Vinyl, astroturf
"The email didn't work for me either."
Apr 4, 2016
Peggy Sorensen replied to VPA Staff's discussion Join us: the 12 Days of Permaculture!
"Awesome Powell, thanks for posting!"
Dec 18, 2015
Peggy Sorensen replied to VPA Staff's discussion Join us: the 12 Days of Permaculture!
"Me too!!!!"
Dec 18, 2015
Peggy Sorensen replied to Lena Crowe's discussion Artichoke Companion Planting?
"I would give it a try and find out first-hand.  Artichokes don't seem finicky to me as long as they get sun and water.  Since you're planting 4 artichokes, you will find out if the ones close to the fir will do well of not.…"
Sep 20, 2015
Peggy Sorensen replied to chris trammell's discussion In search of native grasses in the group Native & Perennial Foods
"You could probably throw in a variety of seeds; right off hand I'm thinking sweet clover.  "
Sep 8, 2015
Peggy Sorensen replied to Volunteer Manager's discussion Summer Prickly Pear Harvest!
"You're welcome!  I read Jean's response to someone several years ago. I will let her know how helpful she is; we appreciate her so much!!!"
Sep 3, 2015
Peggy Sorensen replied to Volunteer Manager's discussion Summer Prickly Pear Harvest!
"Hi Dan, Jean Groen, the prickly pear jelly master says that it can take up to 4 weeks for it to set up. Let us know if it does, and thanks for telling us about your process."
Sep 3, 2015

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I've been transforming my backyard into an edible landscape. I'm interested in edible and medicinal wild foods, seed-saving and fermenting my produce.

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At 8:49am on November 4, 2013, Judy said…

Hi Peggy, good to meet you yesterday on the silly mtn walk, very enjoyable and informative. Your photos are great!

Judy

At 9:04pm on August 18, 2013, Olivia DeMoss said…

Peggy, your fermented Purslane was scrumptious, would you share the recipe?

At 9:01pm on August 18, 2013, Olivia DeMoss said…

Peggy, It was a fun evening!

Amazing food, games and conversation with people who respect the Earth and appreciate the goodies that Nature offers ... What a treat!

Tank you and I am looking forward to the next one. :-)

At 10:35pm on August 14, 2013, Renu Kaur Sidhu said…

Thanks for finding me, Peggy! I'd definitely like to chat with you about fermenting produce; I'm eager to learn!

At 3:55pm on October 10, 2011, Debbie Fishell said…

One thing I have discovered about Moringa trees is that they like to dry out between waterings. I think they are suseptible to root rot.

 I lost a couple of small trees early on this summer because I started them in pots and I think they went into shock when I transplanted them into the yard. I currently have 8 of them that I planted this summer and they are doing well. I have been 'topping them' regularly to make them more bushy. I'm eating the leaves or drying them to use later.

Now I just hope they make it through the winter! Then I might actually get some flowers and seeds :) I'll be happy to share.

At 10:06pm on June 8, 2011, Peoria Az gardener said…
Hi Peg...we live very close...I m on 67 av and Cactus
At 8:36pm on March 18, 2011, kay wunderlich said…
thanks for the chard, and thanks for being flexible. That worked out so great for me today! Hope you enjoy the eggs.
At 10:04pm on March 17, 2011, kay wunderlich said…
will need to be a little flexible as I never know how full my schedule is until I get to work in the morning. Usually Fridays end by 12-12:30. Do you have some flexibility in your schedule? If we can work it out I would love to do a trade. My # is 480-292-5971, I can't always answer my phone if I am with a Patient, but leave a message and I will call you back. I also have your number.
At 2:40pm on February 27, 2011, Vicki Brock said…
You are welcome!  Good luck with your solar ovens!
At 2:06pm on February 27, 2011, Vicki Brock said…

Hi, Peg -

I live at 7th Ave. and Missouri (between Bethany Home and Camelback) - call me if you want more info @ 602-235-9330 (home) or 602-750-0121 (cell) - Thanks!

 
 
 

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