A feature I love about my outback is the system of aerials and ladders that support climbers of any type I plant.
In true polycultural bent I can run a climber UP almost anywhere and mix it with other plants at its base.
When finished with, climber stems and leaves make for good mulch, but always trim them for obedience.…Continue
And I've always cooked since I started batching it. With a longstanding preference for Middle Eastern foods, I developed quite a skillset.
Then when I fell ill 33 years ago I combined the two obsessions.
I grew things to eat -- of course…Continue
As I prep the beds for 'Autumn' -- albeit a hot & sweaty task -- the Vetiver hedges have reached a stage where they are becoming true enclosures.
Wee packets of soil they are.
I've only recently trimmed the hedges for mulch and split some of the clumps to supply stock for a local community plant-out along the…Continue