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The Beauty of Life…

What’s in our gardens and orchard this week… As we walk around after the rain, we revel in the life that we have been given.  So many provisions are there for us to enjoy and our focus on the beauty around us strengthens our health and our stamina so that we can withstand the challenges that present.

“There are always flowers for those who want to see them”  – Henri Matisse

 

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Wysteria beautifies one of our tanks
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Macadamia bloom
Double azaelea 300x200 - The Beauty of Life...
Double Azaelea

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Bird of Paradise
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Iris

And there’s nothing that satisfies more than seeing your food grow before your very eyes…

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New seedlings a plenty…
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Seedlings on their way
Plums 200x300 - The Beauty of Life...
Plums
Meyer Lemon 300x200 - The Beauty of Life...
Meyer lemon
Laden blueberry bushes 200x300 - The Beauty of Life...
Laden blueberry bushes
Figs 200x300 - The Beauty of Life...
The first figs
Wombok DEOSAS 1 300x200 - The Beauty of Life...
DEOSA’s Wombok
Red Fancy Lettuce 300x200 - The Beauty of Life...
DEOSA’s Red Fancy lettuce
Red Russian Kale 300x200 - The Beauty of Life...
DEOSA’s Russian Kale
DEOSAs silverbeet 300x200 - The Beauty of Life...
DEOSA’s silverbeet
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Garlic crop

 

 

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What’s in our garden this week…

The summer rains could not have come at a better time for our garden!  After a recent dry spell with temperatures reaching 40 degrees, our garden was just crying out for some good soaking rains.  Some of the vegetables that will really benefit from the rain are the cucumbers, zucchini and our cherry tomatoes – all the hand watering in the world does not feed the plants like the nitrogen rich rains.  Here’s some snapshots of what we’re currently growing…

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The Garlic Season has arrived!

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It’s garlic harvesting time on the DEOSA Family Farm and it is a family affair –  after all, many hands make light work and there are hundreds of bulbs to clean and hang!  We’ve had a good growing season and are very happy with the quality and quantity, this being the 5th year that we have been developing our own strain of the classic “purple” garlic.   After 9mths in the ground, our garlic is ready to dry and its strong scent flavours the air.  Not long now until we will have it for sale…