The Busy Mama Garden Update 8/22

Boy this summer has gone by quick, I meant to share some pics earlier this month but I always forgot to either bring my phone or charge my phone to take them. Yes, you can have a garden and conserve water. I put 2 links below if you are curious as to how you can do it.

These pics are only of the front yard, tomorrow I will post another with the garden in the back. 🙂

Next to the street
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Raspberries, Strawberries, and Blackberries

Raspberries, Strawberries, and Blackberries

Cactus and Raspberries Outside the Garden Fence
Cactus and Raspberries Outside the Garden Fence

Our Olive tree is developing olives!
Our Olive tree is developing olives!

The Path to the Left- Dwarf Oranges, Almond Trees, Rebecca the Lemon Tree, and Mega Grape Vines

Dwarf Oranges, Almond Trees, Rebecca the Lemon Tree, and Mega Grape Vines

Under the Hoop- Peppers,Figs, Eggplants, Peaches, Oranges, and Berries

Peppers, Figs, Eggplants, Peaches, Oranges, and Berries


Check out this article>>> Using grey water for irrigation
Check out this article>>>Modern farmer-Laundry-to-Garden: How to Irrigate with Graywater
Not pictured Another fig, Pomegranates, Mango, Apricots, More Oranges and Apples.
Pictured but not mentioned several citronella and lavender plants to combat any mosquitoes and basil to assist with flies.


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