A recovering Red Russian Kale (from early season pest attack) near the centre tub which is a Wicking Tub containing Dill, Coriander and a newly planted King of the North Capsicum.
To the right is another Wicking Tub with Parsley and a newly planted Ida Gold Bush Cherry Tomato.
Between the tubs is Feverfew.
These are under an old Lemon tree with a Lemon Verbena next to it.
Creamgold Onions (for using as spring onions)
Jerusalem Artichokes at rear
A few Purple Dragon Carrots that survived early bug attack!
Red Shallots on Edge
The Rosemary hedge
Nasturtiums Cosmos, Marigolds, Calendulas, Lavender.
Was built about seven years ago and worked well until the roots from a nearby Gum tree attacked it and it began to leak.
I had planned to re-seal it but now have decided to fill it with rocks and put a few of the boxes with Waterchestnuts in it.
I didn't count on rain filling the pond but this will drain.
The framework is for a shade cloth cover to go over the top and West side of the bed. The ends will have mesh on them to let the bees in but keep the birds out.
Lavender and rosemary are planted here to add fragrance to the washing.
Tigerella Tomatoes on Stakes
Black and Romanesco Zucchinis - leftover from main plantings.
Perennial Sunflowers by Rosemary.
Five coloured Silverbeet and Calendulas.
The seedling Plum tree has Alyssum, Nasturtium and Lemon Balm growing around it.
Tigeralla Tomato on stake
Perpetual Spinach in Tub
Phacelia at tub edge
Purple Asparagus at pond edge
Purple Sage near tub
Wickingbed - On the North side of the chook houseGrowing:
Giant Pink Banana Pumpkins.
A couple of Cherry Tomatoes that should be able to climb on to the chook house window...no chooks will be in there this season.
The Apricot Tree is a volunteer seedling that fruits well.
Has Shade cloth cover over.
Pumpkins will be able to sprawl over area as it's not a thoroughfare.