So here’s a map of the main growing area at My Home Harvest HQ, just to give you an idea of the layout and what I grow. I have areas dedicated to trees, berries and perennials (such as rhubarb & asparagus) as well as the area for herbs and vegetables. The chooks have their own closed in run, though they free range around the yard most days.

You can download a copy here – Garden Map PDF

The garden beds are all raised beds made in reclaimed cyprus, apart from the raspberries which are in metal wicking beds. I have marked the 10m2 that is the location for my 10 in 10 challenge which I will be updating you about throughout the year.

The garden has evolved over the past 7 years, and I am sure I will continue to refine what I grow, how I grow it and where I grow it after each growing season. There have been failures and successes and I learn with everything I plant.

You don’t need a large garden to grow your own food – having a bigger space allows me to have fruit trees and the dedicated chook run – but the 10 in 10 challenge and other posts about the deck garden that I help to look after at my local community centre, will hopefully inspire you to get growing whatever the space you have.

I look forward to sharing my growing journey with you, and hope that it inspires you to start your own edible garden.

Tash

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