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Mankimbo's Edible Backyard

Joined: 26/04/10 Updated: 26/04/10 Frost:
Location: Gymea

About My Edible Backyard

Why Mankimbo Love's Edible Plants

My total property size in about 500 square metres so it is a typical suburban house. My back yard leads down to an unuseable Sydney suburban creek so pervious owners have terraced it. I have tried to reclaim as much of te garden as possible but neighbours have blocked off a lot of sun with their house and trees.

I have 3 main growing areas out the back. Herbs along the back fence which fight with the moss, a reclaimed laundry tub against a lattice fence and a recent addition of a 3m by 1.8m by 600mm raised garden bed. soon there will be some lattice and soil against the back fence for climbers.

I work full time and have just had my first child (July 2010). Well my wife did that not me. I don't get much spare time so tend to just rip into in short blocks. Pretty hard to help out with my son if I am covered in chook poo. 


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Veggie garden - The ground was pretty much clay so it took a while to get the holes dug. I ended up digging them during a weekend of rain. I decided against concreting them in as the ground was strong enough to hold them in once I backfilled the clay...3727 days 10hrs
Veggie garden - This forum was key in me making some decisions around building a raised garden bed. So I have decided to share the end result with you all. I had an old shed and pulled it down and found a 100mm cement border that it had been built on with some old cem..3728 days 10hrs

Lime - Kaffir (Seedling) 7/10

Mankimbo's Edible Fruits
Update: 3728 days 10hrs

Planted: 2009

Height 1 metres

Growing: In the Ground

Water Given in: Spring

Pest Control:


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