Have look at the fun I’m having picking more salads and showing off the still producing tomato and habanero plants.
Permaculture Principle 7: Design from patterns to details Just from what I can remember here is a list of food that immediately comes to mind from the spring, summer and fall harvests of 2013. Just a quick note that annual refers to plants that grow and die in one season and perennials live for many growing seasons.
“Gardening is the most therapeutic and defiant act you can do, especially in the inner city. Plus, you get strawberries.” Ron Finley: A guerilla gardener in South Central LA Hugelkultur, Wood Core gardens, woody beds, hugel beds, whatever you wish to call it this is what it looks like but don’t ask Sepp Holzer if that fits his definition.
CREDITS Elina Teolis Music – Joker from Danosongs.com Cherry Tomatoes, Jalepeno, Hungarian Pepper, Stupice Tomatoes Seeds from SouthernExposure.com
As summer comes to a close even a long close at that it’s important to capture what’s been growing this year because we’re in full production. The lot is small and the total growing space is just about 1,200 square feet or a little less than a quarter acre. With a lot of reading, trial and error (lots of errors)
This episode is dedicated to my sister who said she watches these things. Not sure if she was just being nice but it gave me a good excuse to film all the productive gardens in mid June. There are a lot of things growing and ready for harvesting and this year’s gardening will be one to top the previous 4
The blueberry plants have been in the ground for over a year and I have been aware for some time that just a few of the bushes are doing really well. They all have blueberries and nice branches except for one that has not yet bore fruit and another that has not sprouted branches. Overall they seemed