SPIN stands for S-mall P-lot IN-tensiveSPIN-Farming is a non-technical, easy-to-learn and inexpensive-to-implement vegetable farming system that makes it possible to earn significant income from land bases under an acre in size.See More
"I agree to trying chocolate zucchini cake!!!!
my attempt at chocolate zucchini cake wasso popular we had it as our wedding cake and also regularly as muffins/mini cakes.
I found this recipe on mygarden.co.nz:
Courgettes 2 cups,…"
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We began our food forest in december 2008 with peach, plum, nectarine, apple, persimmon, cherry, orange, lemon and fejoa trees and an existing old grape vine
Next came our raised vegetable beds with a large variety including;
broccoli, cauli, brussels sprouts, beans, cabbage, kale, peanuts, lettuce, tomato, beetroot, onion, leeks, capsicum, aubergine, potato, kumara, swiss chard, silverbeet, carrots, pumpkins, corn, asparagus, celery, radish, purslane, kohl rabi, sorrel, spinach, swedes, turnips, peas, mesculun, melons, zucchini/marrow,strawberry spinach etc
we have herbs waiting in temporary garden space for their new home (currently planning and digging a formal traditional circular herb garden):
angelica, bay, oregano, majorum, sages, soapwort, mint, anise hyssop, thyme, chamomile, ladies mantle, borage, comfrey, lemon balm, bergamont, and more
berries also awaiting a patch of their own:
cape gooseberry, raspberry, blackcurrant, loganberry, with well-establish wild blackberries (we live in the country)
The pig is contained away from the garden, but we do occasionally have to share our spoils with the free range hens in our lives.