Organic Gardening – Not Too Bad

I’ve been expanding my gardening efforts and the quantity of raised garden beds continuously, and am starting to get a hang of it. One thing I’m realizing is that I need to invest in wind proofing, as this is a very windy site. At this stage, I’ve got three gardening areas and am growing things like:

beans, cucumber, zucchini, chili, tomato, spinach, bok choi, parsley, coriander, chives, silver beet, basil, beetroot, radish and salad. I also enjoyed plenty sweet peas and broad beans, but had to rip the plants out due to running out of space.

The vine is not only taking over, but producing heaps.
The vine is not only taking over, but producing heaps.
Rocket, kinda nutty and spicy.
Rocket, kinda nutty and spicy.
Thought this was a capsicum plant, but looks like some sort of chili.
Thought this was a capsicum plant, but looks like some sort of chili.
Experimental garden bed, containing only special sea weed and non-special sea weed after a month in the chook pen.
Experimental garden bed, containing only special sea weed and non-special sea weed after a month in the chook pen.
tomato and daikon radish
tomato and daikon radish
zucchini and a couple cucumber plants. the former is going crazy.
zucchini and a couple cucumber plants. the former is going crazy.
some more stuff and I believe habanero plants. Bloody things bloomed twice in a month...
some more stuff and I believe habanero plants. Bloody things bloomed twice in a month…
climbing beans
climbing beans
last year I had heaps of gherkin, this year it looks like too many zucchini. that is a daikon radish.
last year I had heaps of gherkin, this year it looks like too many zucchini. that is a daikon radish.
broad beans were in every dish for while, waiting for the climbing beans now.
broad beans were in every dish for while, waiting for the climbing beans now.

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