It’s that time of the year when we need to get our veggie garden into order. I love the idea of keeping an all-year-round garden but the wet season up here that means a lot of work and a big learning curve. So for the moment we are happy to plant a veggie garden about this time of the year and enjoy one season of fresh greens, tomatoes, capsicums and hopefully corn. Peter has doubled the plot for this year, and put automatic reticulation/sprinklers on it so we can go away for the weekends etc and come back to our garden, still alive!! Having a bigger garden means that I may get two rotations, especially of Chinese greens and maybe tomatoes in the growing period. Saturday morning my friend picked up $40 worth of seedlings so we should be set. Now the trick is to keep them alive till I have the beds dug up!
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Belinda and her husband, Peter, live in the far north-west of Australia on a small farm. They have four adult children whom they homeschooled from prep-year 12. Over this time Belinda has taught and supported women both face to face and online. Her heart is to encourage families to be intentional, relational and heart focused in all areas of family living. She continues to do this in her new season of life – as her kids leave home one by one leaving her with more time.
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