Category Archives: children

Adelaide is hungry for home-grown food!

WOW! What a day. About 60 people through our little suburban home garden in three hours this afternoon for International Permaculture Day (and that’s on top of lots of folks stopping to chat at the Marion Market stall this morning)… … Continue reading

Posted in children, community, events, Family, hanging out in the garden, permaculture design, permaculture principles, resilient gardening

In the night garden

A golden orb spider waits in its freshly woven web for dinner to come along… Bok choy seedlings stretch upwards…

Posted in children, fruit, hanging out in the garden, vegetables, wildlife

Peas please!

After fruit trees, peas must be just about the best-value plants you can have in a garden. They are cheap to grow from seed, incredibly easy to grow, and they provide sweet, delicious food day in, day out for months … Continue reading

Posted in children, legumes, seeds, vegetables, winter

Nadja’s OPEN Garden – International Permaculture Day – May 5th 2013

When: Sunday 5th May 2013, 2-5pm Where: 45 Addison Rd Warradale SA (next to railway station) BYO: Drinks and snacks What: tours of courtyard-sized suburban block with family-friendly productive garden, children welcome, questions answered, design information available. Garden Features: Fruit … Continue reading

Posted in children, community, events, Family, permaculture design, permaculture principles, planning, raised garden beds, vegetables

Learning Garden opens this Saturday

Nadja’s Garden is proud to support the Learning Garden at Warradale Community Children’s Centre, which officially opens this Saturday at 10am. The garden was designed by Nadja’s Garden during 2012 in consultation with staff at the centre and was successful … Continue reading

Posted in children, community, fundraising, permaculture design, raised garden beds