The Great Garden Experiment – Part two

I wanted to test my two year old garden and food forest to see if it could sustain me for as long as it took to eat my own weight in produce from it. Lucky for me there was a surprise in a tree that made things a lot easier. A lot of the trees in my garden are not mature enough yet to produce very much food, but the native BUNYA trees outside my garden are loaded this season.

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