Even in the hottest of midsummer with heatwaves pounding Australia we have produce available and an exciting garden to explore.
|Perennial Capsicum with a bite|
Perennial Capsicum seem to grow more of a bite and end up like mild chilis as they age.
|Baby custard apple alongside chili|
This Amarillo Chili has grown up supported by the branches of the Custard Apple.
Our first really ripe Chili of the season
|Mexican Weeping Bamboo|
This clumping bamboo screens and weeps. It is easy to manage.
|Baby Golden Hornet Crabapples|
Golden Hornet is a universal apple tree pollinator. The fruit is small.
|Path to explore at the pond|
|Even tiny mango trees can produce.|
We grew this small tree from seed. It may turn out to be dwarf. This a five year old tree.
|The Amla has suddenly shot up.|
Perhaps we will have fruit this season.
|Not all eggs.|
|Grey Mugwort makes a great nest liner and discourages mites.|
Tamarillos are our most productive fruit. Use as a tomato or a desert fruit.
Although this Green Sapote is yet to fruit it still contributes a fabulous tropical evocative shape to our garden.
|Golden Lyre Grevillia|
This Grevillia is loved by all of our local birds.
|Baby Acerola cherries|
The fruit is scarce but delicious.
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