Saturday, May 25, 2013

Permaculture Garden Marches Against Monsanto

No GMO modified seeds in my garden which has renewed itself after the massive fire just next door.

African pigeon peas promise many delicious feeds, and how did the Mulberry Tree grow this fast.

Lots happening in the nursery as well. Polystyrene boxes give great crops of rocket and carrots.

Still not quite sure how the delicious yellow passion fruit appeared in the Rose Apple Tree at the bottom of the garden but with such large, sweet fruits it can stay.

And the drumstick trees which looked so small and tentative last year now share the rich nutrients of their beautiful, fragile leaves.

Even the pawpaw trees directly beside the horrendous flames have bounced back thanks to soil created using permaculture methods.

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