Urban Food Gardening in your Backyard

29 Jul

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Backyard Urban Food Gardening in Northern NSW Australia – click here
Backyard Urban Food Gardening in Northern NSW Australia Marty Ware visits a neighbors food garden just south of the Australian Queensland Border in Northern N.S.W in the town of Tweed Heads.
Come with Marty and see the home grown Bananas, Papaya, Passion fruit,Cabbages, Broccoli and much more.
Here they discuss about how the vegetable and fruit garden developed, the practices and what’s install in the future.

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