My vegetable garden has never looked better. Ironic considering the water shortages.
My 'edible list' is :
Vegetables: lettuce (various), pak choi, chinese greens (don't know what they are - mystery plant from a previous year went to seed and I keep growing it from saved seed and using it in stir frys - peppery), radish, tomatoes, chillies, silver beet (swiss chard), spinach, green beans, climbing beans, zucchini, pumpkin, broad beans, garlic, spring onions, rocket, cucumber.
Herbs: Italian parsley, curly parsley, basil, mint, coriander, chives, oregano, French tarragon, savoury, bay leaves, marjoram, thyme, rosemary, sage.
Fruit: raspberries, tamarillo, crab apples, cooking apples (Stewart Seedling), lime, rhubarb
Fruit not in the veg garden: lemon, grapefruit, nectarine, elderberry, cumquat, apricot, blood plum, quince, mulberry, grapes & peacharine.
Our old bath tub; full of mint.
Some coriander (cilantro) left to go to seed for next year.
Part of the secret of success: rain water collection off the shed and carport.
My prickly brained mascot, on the wall going into the vegetable garden. I tried growing thyme in it to give 'falling locks' but it kept drying out. Plan B = cactus.