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Jocelyn's Edible Backyard

Joined: 18/11/09 Updated: 18/11/09 Frost:
Location: Peregian Beach

About My Edible Backyard

Why Jocelyn Love's Edible Plants

Very Sandy Soil, can be very dry, but with rainy season in Feb March.  Biggest challenge is  keeping everything fertilised ( in what appears to be a not overly nutrient rich soil) and maintaining water retention.  We have a lemon tree, kumquat tree and we are trying a few tomatoes, and we have herbs.  Very small block with tropical plantings and large boulders to create 3 levels.   We are trying a cultivated  thornless Chester blackerry as we both remember them from our childhood and my mother had a superb cultivated bush in NZ, which was prolific.  However, we are told our climate is not really suitable.   


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