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One of the culprits that is the reason for a 2m fence around the gardens
What happened pens if you don’t maintain the garden for 6 months.
Topping up the bed,
Taken to weed mat on top
Sugar cane leaf for mulch on top of the weed mat.
Peat seed raisers are definitely the way to go
Plumbing done around the fence. Each bed has a tap. This is connected to tank water.
Tap for a bed and micro sprayers installed. To water, just need to turn the garden master tap on for 30 minutes.
Tomatoes and cucumbers
Tomatoes going wild.
These are Jalapino chillies.
The choko vine grows here
The other culprit that gave me the requirement of a 2m fence around the gardens
Thanks for sharing such great photos. You must get a lot of home grown produce to enjoy. I'm sure other community members will be inspired by your work.
You might be interested in this recent discussion kicked off by another keen gardener in @bergs - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garden/What-Veggies-are-Members-Harvesting-and-Sowing-at-the-Moment/m...
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