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FUN BREAK - The Edible Revolution: Coming to a Backyard Near You...

Nov 22, 2010

...don't you wish everyone had a trusty, hard-working little green wheelbarrow like the one which took over our garden..? enjoy the video

The Edible Revolution: Coming to a Backyard Near You... [An Aussie backyard is transformed into an edible-buffet-winter-garden: productivity can be beautiful!

Each garden bed took about a day to complete and is planted out with lettuce, kale, sweetpeas, beetroot, onions, potatoes, and horseraddish, with lavender, coriander, and nasturtium as companion plants.]

Eat Your Garden!

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*music by The Beautiful Girls

Happy Gardening, ~TGB

Comments

Hi TGB Your camera button pressing finger must have a big blister on it. Nice film though. Watch out for slugs and snails in the gaps in the bricks! Glenn
...you ain't kidding!! I was wondering where all the slugs and snails were coming from... Lesson learned! We've been doing battle with voracious slugs since installing the garden; used coffee grounds from our local cafe and crushed eggshells from our kitchen scraps seem to be keeping them at bay though...
I used to get coffee grounds from Starbucks. Good acidic nitrogen. I ended up putting most of them on the rhodedendrons and the've never looked back. Glenn
hello Green, I enjoyed the video of the keyhole garden. That concept has always interested me.
thanks for watching - glad you enjoyed it :) we had fun making it... keyhole garden was very effective use of 'dead' space in this garden. ~TGB

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