Garden progress

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  1. Jake Jeffries

    Jake Jeffries Member Premium Member

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    Hi everyone just thought I'd share my progress with Yous.
    I live in North Queensland in the tropics and it's my first attempt at grow fruit and vegetables.
    I'm pretty happy with how it's all coming along, It been a big learning experience

    IV attached some photos
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    That's quite a collection, are you going to plant the trees?
     
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    Yeah im planning to make some garden beds around the fence line, my block is over 1000sqm so I got plenty of room.
     
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    Nice, that's a good sized block. I'm quickly finding that there is never enough room.
     
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    Haha yes I've got afew projects in mind and when planning it out it was abit hard to find places for everything.
     
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    G'Day and welcome. You are off to a great start. Love the passion and hard work as evidenced by the pics.

    Damn your FNQ winter which allows you to grow summer veg. :)
     
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    That's the good thing about owe winters unfortunately the summer is so hot alot of the veg can't stand it, thats why I had to put up the shade cloth.
    Some time I fine the new shouts on the trees burn up ☹️
     
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