The purpose of this blog is to share some of my experiences as a dedicated and passionate organic gardener over the last fifteen years. My garden is in the sub tropical region of northern New South Wales where the annual rainfall is usually around 2 metres per year. With increasing dramatic climate variation in recent times, climatic predictability is no longer an option and it is now becoming a matter of learning how non hybrid edible plants are adapting to these changes, with an increased emphasis on allowing the strongest plants to seed where they stand and transplanting as the seeds sprout. I have noticed considerable variation over the last five years, and in the last two years the gardens have not benefited from any winter frosts at all. This recent change has meant more variety in what has grown through the winter but the downside is the garden has not benefited from the sterilization that frosts give it. So vegetable and fruit growing in the future for myself as a gardener, will be increasing in constant adaptation as I rely on keen observation of what is growing and when.