January Harvest in the Food Forest

What a wonderful time of year for a backyard abundance. We have local mangoes, black sapote, bunya nuts, greens by the wheelbarrow load, native mulberries, Brazilian cherries, Panama berries, macadamia nuts, pepinos, tomatoes, beans, tamarillos, lilly pillies, blueberries, Sandpaper figs, tumeric flowers, paw paws and so much more. It’s such a joyful experience to walk through the garden with a morning cup of coffee and explore.


Black sapote (also known as chocolate sapote)

Bunya nuts (take 27 years to fruit and even then the tree will only fruit every third year).


Mushroom plant

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