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Barry,Brassall,Ipswich1's Edible Backyard

Joined: 26/11/08 Updated: 08/08/09 Frost:
Location: Brassall

About My Edible Backyard

Why Barry,Brassall,Ipswich1 Love's Edible Plants

I grew up on a small dairy farm at Blackbutt; as a boy I grew vegetables to get pocket money and bought a pony, a saddle and bridle and entered Agricultural shows there and nearby. I've always grown vegetables and had a collection of pot plants given to me and some roses and a collection of dahlia bulbs - as a boy;

Soil here at Brassall is sub shale - the top soil was removed to level Amberley Air Field; so I've  added manures and compost and etc to get good soil for vegies and trees and some flowers and , yes, I have a collection of pot plants and food producing plants; the usual pawpaw, banana, citrus, sweet pototo and a mango; plus cassava, yacon, tamarillo, taro, berries young, logan, raspberry, blue, ;;dragon fruit, arrowroot etc.

The land is a quarter of an acre in suburbia on a gentle slope;

Water was a challenge and now have 4 good sized tanks to collect rain water and grey water; now mainly rain water; grey water goes direct to fruit trees via a plastic  pipe system and submersed pump in a plastic drum; the rain water collects in a similar drum with its submersed pump.

We eat up to 6 home grown vegies currently per meal; cassava, yacon, beans , peas, pumpkin, tomatoes, oranges, mandarins,


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Dwarf fruit tree competiton - I'm thrilled with my dwarf fruit trees - have a collection of food bearing plants; leaves that can be eaten, berries, citrus, yam producers, etc., and yes, some conventional vegies; am more than 30 buds and flowers on my dragon fruit...5644 days 19hrs
Dwarf fruit tree competiton - I live on a quarter acre block and grow whatever is small and produces fruit. The picture is of a Dwarf Orange Tree..5868 days 10hrs

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