I have had a lot of questions about the things we do month by month to help not only maintain but add to our system.
While the best time to have ‘planted a tree’ was 20 years ago, the next best time to start is now.
Each little thing we do can and will help increase our ability to build resilient, regenerative and abundant lives.
Let’s Make It Real -
Here is our October garden to-do list. We hope it helps you in your endeavors
Downloadable file attached at the bottom
•Apply compost to your gardens
•Apply organic rich mulches to heavy feeders
•Lightly shape lavender and any dead heading
•Cut back the acacias (native fertility plants)
•Take dragon fruit cuttings and strike them
•Prune back the flowering shrubs
•Plant out new flower seedlings and give a deep water
•Lightly dig over and manure empty garden beds
•Foliar feed the orchard and potager
•Side dress vegetables with compost
•Trim back leggy looking herbs. Dry these cuttings for latter use
•Cut established asparagus
•Check over orchard for pests and possible disease
•Mulch fruit trees as needed
Amaranth, Artichokes, Asparagus, Basil, Climbing beans, Beetroot, Capsicum , Carrot
Celery, Chilli, Chinese cabbage, Cucumber, Dill, Eggplant, Endive, Kohlrabi,
Lemon balm, Parsley, Pumpkin, Radish, Rhubarb, Rosella, Rosemary, Pumpkin
Shallots, Silverbeet, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Watermelon