Rescued this beautiful chair from contributing to landfill. There is now a place to sit and enjoy the veggie patch.
This carrot must of hit something hard in the soil and split.
Exciting to see the strawberries starting to ripen.
We’ve had great interest in the beautifully constructed chicken domes that we use in the veggie patch. Anthony built the domes out of 3/4″ electrical conduit going off the instructions at www.milkwood.net/2009/07/27/how_to_build_a_geodesic_chook_dome/. Anthony adjusted the measurements to suit our 4m diameter circles. If you have any questions just comment below, Anthony is happy to help.
Loving the taste of our fresh organic tomatoes.
Sweet potato have such beautiful flowers.
Love seeing these beautiful beneficial insects in the veggie patch.
Getting to the end of the cucumbers for the season.
Making a bamboo tepee is an easy way to add a trellis for climbing peas or beans while making a fun hideout for the kids. I harvested 3 bamboo stems at 4m lengths and cut them in half. Using string, the 6 stems were tied together about 15cm from the top, running the string around 6 sides for the peas to hold onto. I left one side open as a door so the kids could go inside and feast on peas.
White eggplants are coming soon.