All posts tagged "Fruit"
Cherries Falling Off The Tree?
When our garden starts to bloom, it is the most beautiful and exciting sight. Because our garden is a predominantly edible garden, those blooms don’t just make our backyard look pretty, they also offer the promise of...
- Posted December 10, 2012
1st Strawberry Haul
We have had a pretty grim Spring so far. Instead of the warm, bright days, we’ve had lots of grey and rain. My Chilli seeds haven’t come up because it’s been too cold, and I’m not sure...
- Posted November 15, 2012
Quick Tip – How To Easily Know If Container Plants Have Enough Water
Maximising growing space is a bit of an obsession with me. That’s not to say that we have the garden overrun with plants in every possible corner, but where there is an opportunity to grow another edible...
- Posted September 14, 2012
Propagating Boysenberry Plants
Boysenberry plants are a wonderful addition to any edible garden. When allowed to thrive, they produce loads of fresh, sweet, fat fruit which is delicious whether it’s eaten straight off the bush, still warm from the Summer...
- Posted June 28, 2012
Autumn Beauty In An Edible Garden
Growing an edible garden doesn’t mean missing out on all the beauty of Autumn. The yellows of the Cherry tree leaves… The oranges of the Nectarine tree leaves…
- Posted May 4, 2012
Pruning Blackberry Plants
Among the many berry plants we have on our 1/4 acre, we have four Navaho Blackberry plants which are an erect, thornless varierty that produce large crops of delicious, fat, sweet black fruit. Well normally. This Summer,...
- Posted April 26, 2012