|Yuzu, macadamia, tamarillo, Banana bread. All from the garden|
|Yuzu finally fruiting in Suburban Sydney|
|Cecilia and Kinoshita-san|
|Cecilia's Japanese-hybrid Edible Garden|
|Chawan Mushi, Japanese savory custard. I helped make it!|
|Broad bean seedlings grow in the balcony greenhouse|
|One corner of Mrs Kinoshita's huge edible garden|
Who is going to lead a grafting workshop for us?
I'm new to Sydney, and don't know where to get the rootstock.
Contact me if that's something you are good at.
Contact me if its something you aren't good at yet, and want to be.
|Reproducing, the grafting technique|
Most people don't know it, but pretty much every fruit you buy is grown from a clone.
They choose a really nice branch of a guaranteed-delicious fruit tree, and splice it onto a boring but reliable 'base', or rootstock.
Learn to do this, and your life will be rich and delicious.
Kinoshita-san now 80, immensely active, and proof that getting older makes you richer automatically. The trick is, invested in gardens
Grafting workshop at Sydney Permaculture Institute July 22, 2012
How to make Yuzu Ponzu