may 2010 (4)

Rainbow Inca corn.

may 2010 (23)

Purple climbing bean and corn.

Peninsula banana passionfruit and apples

Peninsula banana passionfruit and apples

may 2010 (8)

Streetlights on quinoa and courtyard.

may 2010 (2)

Rainbow Inca.

may 2010 (7)

Outdoor grown Russian red tomatoes.

may 2010 (5)

Sow broad beans almost any time of year in Dunedin, though best crops probably come from sowing April through to September.

may 2010 (15)

Sugar snap peas in bathtub, beans on the fence.

may 2010 (29)

Runner bean wall.

may 2010 (37)

Young feijoa with pumpkin, corn and beans.

october 2009 (26)

Rainbow chard.

may 2010 (30)

Our first attempt at quinoa, using seed from Taste Nature (local organic store). See later post for ‘Temuco’ quinoa, bred in lower altitudes and working well for us.

may 2010 (33)

R.I.P. rhododendron, soon after this photo it was blown over in strong westerlies. Dare I say Dunedin has enough rhododendrons already though.

3 thoughts on “2010

  1. A great site and as you say more to come! The photos are good for both info and inspiration. You have given a great picture of what can be done both in an urban situation as well as what can be grown in the right place in Dunedin. I reckon lots of both southern and northern eyes will be opened! I’m looking forward to more!
    And yes I’d say these are Nerines probably bowdenii

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