The structural skeleton of our backyard garden is formed by a row of 5 one-year-old Leucaena leucocephla (petai belalang) and a cluster of three banana plants. These two species of plant or tree will stand higher than the rest, providing shade and shelter to smaller vegetables and plants spread out in clusters around the garden. A bit to the left, which is not visible in this photograph are two papaya plants which are heavy with fruits.
VIEW FROM THE END OF THE GARDEN
TOWARDS THE HOUSE
|Another view towards the house|
Its a view from the cloth lines at the far back of our garden. Right in the centre is our sorghum circle, Its like 3 sisters cluster, because the three batches are grown at an interval of one month. The approach will allow continuous supply of sorghum grains.
bangchik and kakdah
Garden: presint 8 Putrajaya