I am very fortunate to live among Africa's most beautiful wildlife, in the bush. However it does come with it's setbacks one of them being that during the winter months, the nyala, duiker, impala, my horses, chickens, birds, etc, etc.... find my veggie garden way more tasty than the indigenous bush. And as much as I love having the wildlife around, it does get a bit depressing seeing it look like a mowed down battle field. So here comes the next plan in becoming sustainable... An enclosed veggie patch for the winter months. Summer is fine... there is enough food in the bush for all the hungry hoards!
|Eaten by all the animals!|
- Allium family (Chives, garlic, leeks, onion, spring onion)
- Brassica Family (Broccoli / Brussel Sprouts / Cabbage/ Cauliflower / Kale / Mustard / Turnips)
- Eggplant (Brinjal / Aubergine)
BED 6 (I find potatoes are fun to grow in an old wheel barrow - makes it easy to find them all)
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