I thought it was about time to give you all a veggie garden update and show you how productive it is even just before winter.
For me it’s all about creating a consistently productive space that uses all the area to grow as much fresh food as possible.

I am yet to fill up all the vertical space, so I really do have a lot more room yet to grow many more plants.
First though I need to slowly create an micro ecosystem that will benefit not only the plants but all the animals and insects that come to visit.
This way they can also clean up any of the unwanted insects.

Hope you enjoyed the tour,,please leave a comment below and let me know what your thoughts on this type of garden, as it’s not everyday you see this style being used on a small space.

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  • Teale Britstra
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    Just so you know, Brazilian Cherry is a non-restricted invasive weed in some parts of Australia, so don't let birds get at them :). There is a very similar (but slightly less productive) native equivalent – the Beach Cherry (Eugenia reinwardtiana). They are actually very closely related to Lilly pillies. Speaking of Lilly Pillies, I'm fairly sure your favourite is a version of Syzygium australe which taste great, but there are some REALLY productive alternatives like Riberry (Syzygium luehmannii). You'd just have to prune it to keep the size down. "Cascade" is a fairly compact cultivar with Riberry as one of the parent plants 🙂

  • love bugs
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    I PLANTED GARDEN GREEN BEANS WHERE I LIVE THE GROUND IS DEAD FROM RAT POISON
    SO I USED OLD DRAWER AND DIRT I BOUGHT FROM DIFFERENT TOWN. TOMATO ONION BASIL. I TRIED PLANTING STRAWBERRIES AND CANTALOUPE I VERY POOR. SO IF GROWS BY THE GRACE OF GOD.

  • Gypsy
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    I love getting up early too best time of the day! Your garden! WoW! I love it all growing together. Great idea to use the Nasturtium leaves I never knew that. Thanks for another great video Marty!

  • Act Naturally
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    Very useful info and video new s u b. I just started a small garden. Please stop by my channel if you have time. Thanks

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  • Hydroponic Gardening & More with Brent
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    Are you catching cold? So much stuff going on, I don't know how you avoid stepping on it buddy! Great video. :O)

  • Mike VanDuzee
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    Awesome good video Marty! It is so cool that we can share with people all over the world. It is funny how you are talking about being close to winter now when we are barely looking at summer. Glad to see you showing the sweet potato leaved too, most people here do not et it or even know that you can eat it. Peace and Love from the USA!

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