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Mushrooms and zucchini flowers. The beds by the front door are already yielding food. I love my zucchini flowers battered and fried but must control myself until we get some zucchinis.
A slightly overpriced, but ever so tasty, naranjilla. They go by the much more marketable name of ‘the golden fruit of the Andes’ now. This fruit is easy to grow, yeilds plenty, shades a good area and has little thorns on the leaves. A… Continue Reading “Naranjilla for our garden.”
Vegetable beds by the front door! Who ever heard of such a thing? These are 3 1m x 1m raised beds, 300mm deep, that I built by our front door. I was in a hurry to get vegetables in before the hot weather started,… Continue Reading “Open the door and eat.”
One of two Goji berry plants planted before the really hot weather starts. They are supposed to be uber nutritious, especially in the antioxidant department. Goji plants apparently need little water when established and tolerate -15°C to 40°C, making them ideal for my area.