20 thoughts on “Great Fruit & Veg For Summer in my Subtropical Garden

    Homebirth Homeschool Homestead

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    How many acres do you have on your property?

    Louie Merwin

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    thought he was saying farting on for a while, but he meant fighting lol
    Kale does look like a plant that would fart on though…


    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    Awesome as always, thank you

    Wonderful fruits and veggies, great looking garden!

    Chaloempol Kay

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    My grandma us that ripe fruits os red malabar (I call it as ผักปัง) as food coloring. 

    Rainbow Gardens

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    Haha, funny! i always want to start my videos that way!! You know, gardening is just SO exciting!! Haha  Everything looks great! 

    Aaron's allotment

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    Big thumbs up mate.  No idea who the impression was, just hoping it wasn't me.  I love to see how you do things down under and that amazing weather you get.  Mark you are an inspiration to people like me, but I know as a true Aussie you will brush that off and tell me to stop being a bloody Pomme.  No worries, thanks for sharing and all the best.

    Ben Jamin

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    More rain coming mate. It's all looking great. Thanks for the tour.

    Gardening Tips With Phil

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    LMAO…..Mark, he certainly does stand out. Your chillies are fantastic. With the kale that hasn't been attacked those plants are probably really healthy. There is a school of thought among a few organic gardeners that pest target unhealthy plants and leave the healthy ones alone, something to do with succession and only the strong plants surviving. Don't know how true that is but can make sense. Another great walk through Mark, really enjoyed it. Have a good one mate :)

    Beautiful garden, Mark! How I'd love to be able to grow citrus, bananas, and pineapples! It's great to see the kale still growing too.

    Everything is absolutely beautiful, Mark! Man, those fruits, especially the green plums made my mouth water! Nice John Kohler impression, by the way ; )

    Dale Calder

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    LOL I Just noticed that Growing your greens videos have popped up next to yours. 

    Melle Patricia

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    Nice video, any advice about how to plant and choose a fruit try from the nursery. Thank you

    McDowall Manor

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    Near peed my pants on your intro.  While I don't know who you were copying (much!!!), you realise you might have started a trend?  LOL. 
    My cucumbers are fruiting well but hit by mildew after the rain. Yours look fantastic!  My egg plants are flowering pretty nicely. My one year old fruit trees and grape have definitely left me with a case of fruit envy after seeing yours mate.  My chilies are doing nicely at the moment but they are small varieties. 
    Hey, can you let me know how your chooks are laying?  My girls have slowed down to about half speed for some reason. I've played with food and am starting to think it's the heat. 

    grumpy poo

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    Was the channel you were watching 'uncle knackers?'( Shaneconlan1). I have tried to grow kiwi  in UK( without success) but I have managed to sprout Mango, lychee,orange,lemon seedlings in the greenhouse and almond …. and an outdoor bursa fig tree… don't expect to get fruit but it's nice to do it… It would be interesting to take seed from the naturally pest resistant plants to see if it carries on to the next generation…


    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    Great video, thanks for sharing.

    bo ter berg

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    Great walk through your garden Mark !
    It's so lush and green, will be great to see all those trees get  bigger & heavy with fruits as they grow a few more years :o)

    Wonderful walk through. Gorgeous fruits and vege garden . Thanks +superslyfoxx1​ for taking me to this channel. 


    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    Wow talk about a real orchard. So much variety.That has to be amazing to have fresh homegrown grapes,pineapples and mango to pick at the perfect time. Gosh the taste of those have to be amazing.

    Who knew a cockatoo sounded like that. Good grief that's an awful sound!

    I like Malabar spinach cooked better than raw. Glad your family like its. Its nice and healthy plant. I would love to see how your potatoes grow for you. Take care and thanks for sharing.

    Daniel Boulton

    (January 20, 2017 - 10:29 pm)

    Thanks for sharing Mark

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