Kangkong, an asian water spinach, much loved in the Philippines.
These pieces, from the week’s food shopping, will take root and grow us many more leaves during the summer.
There are 2 types of Kangkong, both love water but this variety can handle soil and dry spells better.
New seeds from Eden Seeds arrived this morning.
In the letterbox were Astragalus, Pigeon Pea, Jobs Tears, Chickweed, Valerian and Edible Chrysanthemums
A little overnight rain has given the garden a bit of a lift. The tomatoes have responded especially well
A little rain always does the garden good, no matter how much tap water I have used.
These grape vines are providing nice shade on the western side of the Elderly Centre in Gawler.
A cool use for an edible plant.
This bugs me. Vandals set fire to plastic rubbish bins when they are put out at night.
The bins cost the owners a small fortune to replace, not to mention the toxic smoke from burning plastic and rubbish and, of course, visual polltion