This year I planted a wider range of crops in my home polytunnel garden. Here we have some fine specimens in the form of an heirloom cucumber, 2 squashes, some tomatoes and chilies!
I always aim to grow foods that I feel benefit my health and that are full of flavor and colour when grown my way using rockdust and no synthetic chemicals. Thankfully, this method actually makes everything I grow taste better and grow nearer its genetic potential, so I get to choose to grow whatever I like! This year I started off with a box of 100 sprouted plants and probably about half of them survived to maturity (I lost some just because I am too busy to give them all the attention they need).
I'm not much of a fan of chilies actually - they are truly a case of false advertising since they definitely don't chill me down at all! I'll most likely give my chilies away to friends and neighbours, but the rest of my crops will be used in dinners, juices and smoothies as long as they last.
If you want to know more about my polytunnel and how to make one yourself, check out the link below:
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