Nadja’s Garden provides permaculture-based home garden consultation, design, DIY project guides, educational workshops and group presentations in Adelaide, with a strong focus in the south-western suburbs and southern hills. Services are also available to schools, children’s centres, community groups and local businesses.
Organic and heirloom vegetable, herb and flower seeds and a selection of plants and useful garden products are available from Nadja’s Garden stall at the Organic Corner Store market, 9am-1pm on Thursdays at Glenelg North Community Centre. In 2016 the stall will be open on the first and third Thursdays of each month. See regular facebook updates for market specials and gardening tips to share with your friends.
- Grow your own organic food – fresher, tastier, healthier than you can buy anywhere
- Expand your menu with rare and heirloom varieties
- Reduce food miles and greenhouse gas emissions
- Restore biodiversity through soil improvement, indigenous species, bird-attracting and insect-attracting plants
- Grow resilient, drought-hardy plants
- Add low-maintenance, waterwise irrigation
- Accessible gardens for all ages and abilities
- Beautiful, relaxing outdoor living spaces
Nadja Osterstock is passionate about sustainable, healthy living and creating a lasting human habitat. She is living proof that anyone can learn to garden and grow great food! She combines a background in permaculture design, energy efficiency and community health with a focus on excellent customer service, great value and fun.
Nadja’s family garden at Warradale opens to visitors for tours once or twice each year, with dates advertised on the blog and facebook page. Other times by appointment. Workshops and other events are updated regularly on the Facebook page, and you can join an Events mailing list by emailing Nadja.
Nadja trained for her Permaculture Design Certificate with David Holmgren and Graham & Annemarie Brookman at the Food Forest in SA in 2004, and completed Permaculture Teacher Training with Rosemary Morrow of the Blue Mountains Permaculture Institute and Nick Ritar of Milkwood Permaculture in NSW in 2014. She has been a regular contributor to Productive Gardens magazine and writes a Mediterranean climate gardening column for Pip Australian Permaculture Magazine‘s website.
For further information or to book a consultation please contact Nadja’s Garden.
Ph. 0410 636 857