I love love love my garden and all of the delights I receive from it. Here's to the Earth...treat it well
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little mango's growing
We have 4 mango tree's. One from seed via our compost pile.
I have failed the last three years with watermelon, so this year I decided to grow them in pots and so far so good.
Lettuce in pots keep the bugs away.
This crazy wonderful tree mass produces apricots, way too many for us to eat and dry.
Organic tomatoes a difficult find
find all you want they will be happy inside
by the littlest finicky eater
One of my favorite rose bushesSwiss chard, lemon grass and a rose bush - Lemon grass I found impossible to grow from seed. No seeds needed, woohoo, purchase some at your local grocery store and stick them in some water near a window and change the water every other day. When roots appear and grow to about an inch, transplant into your garden.
Eat all you want
They will be pink inside but red on the top!
by the Littlest Finicky Eater
Some of our giving trees: tangelo, orange, grapefruit, Big Jim Loquat, ultra dwarf Anna Apple, Shinseiki Asian Pear, Pink Lemonade, Moro Blood Orange, pomegranate, Manila Mango, Stella Cherry ultra dwarf, Desert Peach, Passion Fruit, Golden Delicious ultra dwarf, Fejioa Coolidgei pinapple guava, Suebelle Sapote, avocado, Manzano Banana, Bartlett Pear ultra dwarf, Fay Elberta Peach ultra dwarf, JuJube, Santa Rosa Plum, apricot, Nectarine, weeping Santa Rosa Plum ultra dwarf, Satsuma Plum, 3 in 1 plum, pixie Mandarin, Red Baron Peach ultra dwarf, 3 in 1 Asian Pear, Dorsett Golden Apple ultra dwarf, All in One Almond, Goldmine Nectarine...
some of herbs: chives, lavender, cilantro, basil, summer savory, rosemary, sage, dill, fennel, marjoram, lemon grass, borage, oregano, stevia...
some of our vines: raspberry, black raspberry, boysenberry, seedless grapes, watermelon...
some of our vegetables: asparagus. artichoke, cauliflower (purple of sicily), cardoon (gobbo di nizzia), lettuce (rouge d'hiver), radish (chinese red meat), beans (aquadulce fava), beets, tomato, eggplant, squash...
all on 1/4 and acre shared with our house. I fill every inch of dirt with our edible garden.