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Winter Passes -- not that we noticed outback.

The renovations are proceeding as I embrace a new gardening template.Jungling habits remain.

This is looking south along a Vetiver bordered pathway.

I think I'm finally developing a serviceable tomato rig.

Analogy: kelp forest.

Love this image. Captures the garden's magic.

Looking south from the back veranda towards the  veg garden. In the buckets, soaking Vetiver slips.

The aerials criss-cross like tram wires and I've added more trellis ladders. Even for me, I think I over planted this bed. I'm looking forward to laying down more Vetiver hedging to create more -- and smaller -- beds. Looking north.Too many tomato plants. The corn grew through Winter and now fruits.Looking north.

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Comment by Christa on August 16, 2018 at 13:47

What a great green sight, your plantings have taken off and up.  I must see if I have vetiver slips on my plants. I  googled and found this video  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLQV0Zl1QS4

At 5.50 mins it shows the slips, and also some good info on Vetiver plantings in Hawaii.

Comment by Sid Saghe on August 16, 2018 at 11:52

Wow - garden goals!

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