Saturday, October 13, 2012

Permaculture Spring Garden


This month has seen drought and high drying winds but in my permaculture garden spring is quietly happening.

The passionfruit  vine is full of flowers and developing fruit and the first tamarillo is taking shape among abundant flowers.

Orange blossoms herald future fruit on the new pomegranate tree, and flowers are forming on the feijoa and the pumpkin.


The rich soil created using  permaculture techniques is allowing my plants to flourish amidst erratic weather that has stretched all their boundaries.



2 comments:

DeniseinVA said...

It is lovely to see where they actually grow. This is a great post and all your photos are great. Thank you so much for sharing them with Today's Flowers :)

Liz - Suburban Tomato said...

Wow your fruit crops are really doing well. Not sure where you're based but it must be a lot warmer than Melbourne as my tamarillos, pomegranate etc have yet to flower.