Friday, November 4, 2016

Wicking beds

Peter has been testing out a new system for growing our lettuce, spinach 
and other goodies that the bugs like to eat.
The wicking beds use less water and are
very useful when growing in soil that is clay and compacted by bamboo roots.

lettuce and bok choy have loved it.



Produce this Season


This season we have had a good supply of cabbages, radish, kale, lettuce,
(cauliflower didn't work with the heritage variety)
herbs, zucchini and squash...


spring onions...


corn is growing...


we have an abundance of tomato plants...


carrots doing well...


In the orchard...
the mulberry tree has given us enough to freeze, blueberries have supplied a handful 
of fruit in their first year, pomegranate has new fruit starting, lime, pomelo, blood orange, passionfruit, mandarins, feijoa, acerelo are all growing stronger with the help
of the chickens.

Spring Flowers








Sunday, July 17, 2016

After the Rain






Colours of Winter




Edibles in July

Cabbages and cauliflower.
Kale and Ceylon spinach.
Snow peas, lemongrass, ginger.
baby lettuce.

Concrete Garden Edging

Our garden edging made from concrete 
and filled with plastic bottles is coming along nicely.