Instead of the beans against the fence I have planted long tropical snake beans, jicama (yam bean) and ginger. Right in the corner my sweet potatoes are starting up again. So in a little while this fence will be covered in greenery, and I have learnt a lesson - in the wet season only plant vegetables that enjoy this weather. . The pigeon pea has been trimmed right back - that adds nitrogen to the soil every time it is cut back.
One of the wet season vegetables I really love to grow are asparagus, not only because I love them, but they are such a cool plant to watch growing! I never realised that the ones you don't harvest turn into ferns, and you need to stop harvesting for the dry season so that the crowns can build up to give you a good crop in the wet season! They are perennial plants so will produce for the next twenty years. I have a tomato plant plant growing nearby as that deters asparagus beetle.
I am going to put in three more plants later in the year- they are still tiny in pots, and only start producing in their third year. To the left in the pot is comfery which I use in my compost as an accelerator, and also to make a comfrey tea foliar feed. .
The lemongrass has been cut back and well mulched