Category Archives: Family

Open Day – this Sunday

It’s that time of year again… just when the sun disappears, the rain hits, the weeds pop up and the fruit trees start dropping their tired old leaves everywhere, we fling the gate open and welcome you into our little warts-and-all … Continue reading

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Spring Open Day in Pictures

What a lovely day we had yesterday! Perfect weather, delightful visitors and a leisurely public holiday to share spring gardening happiness. Next time I will need an extra pair of hands to keep the drinks and munchies flowing! Thanks to … Continue reading

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Spring Open Day – Monday October 7th

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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

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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

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The greatest gardening obstacle?

No, it’s not water restrictions, heatwaves, alkaline soil or possums. It’s a funny phenomenon that I’ve observed over the past few years of talking to neighbours, friends, passers-by and strangers at the market… often one person in a couple or … Continue reading

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