Category Archives: books

Garden Buddies

Do you ever find yourself mentoring someone a bit newer to gardening? Or wishing that you had someone to do this for you? When we started front-yard food gardening about 12 years ago, we quickly learned to allow a bit … Continue reading

Posted in books, community, hanging out in the garden

A ‘RetroSuburban’ Case Study of our suburban patch.

Over the past month I’ve been digging deeply into David Holmgren’s recently released book, ‘RetroSuburbia: the downshifter’s guide to a resilient future‘. The book is based on the premise that for most households, making the most productive use of a … Continue reading

Posted in books, building, climate change, community, courses, events, permaculture principles, planning

Adelaide Gardening Calendar out now

There are so many wonderful gardening books and magazines out there, and I’m really looking forward to delving into some of them this summer! But there are times when it’s useful ┬áto have a simple reminder of what to do … Continue reading

Posted in books, Christmas, fruit, gifts, markets, planning, planting, vegetables

Autumn special – refer a friend for a garden consultation

Psssst… have you heard about the Autumn special? Refer a friend for an initial garden consultation and receive a complimentary gardening book as a thank-you gift from Nadja’s Garden. Valid for consultations booked from now till end of May. Pass … Continue reading

Posted in autumn, books, special offers

Fundraising the healthy, green, fun way

If you’ve ever sat on a fundraising committee or been coerced into selling products for your kids’ school etc., you have probably experienced some of the following questionable joys… having to buy the last 2 dozen unsold chocolate bars because … Continue reading

Posted in books, community, gifts, seeds, special offers, time management