A garden that’s a way of life

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  1. Saskia Schelling photographed in her permaculture garden. Picture: Tracey Adams, Independent Newspapers
  2. Brussel sprouts thrive in the garden. Picture: Tracey Adams, Independent Newspapers
  3. Saskia Schelling's garden. Picture: Tracey Adams, Independent Newspapers
  4. Peppadew. Picture: Tracey Adams, Independent Newspapers
  5. Chillies are among the exotic edible plants that feature in the garden. Picture: Tracey Adams, Independent Newspapers
  6. Gooseberries in Saskia Schellings permaculture garden in Tokai. Picture: Tracey Adams, Independent Newspapers
  7. Vegetables, herbs  and a cat  feature in the garden. Picture: Tracey Adams, Independent Newspapers
  8. Amaranth is one of the more unusual plants to flourish in Saskia Schellings garden. Picture: Tracey Adams, Independent Newspapers
 

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