Category Archives: markets

Earth-friendly Christmas gifts from Nadja’s Garden

What’s beautiful, filled with lasting value, recycled and available right now? Gift vouchers for edible garden consultations, home-grown plants and jams, and garden-themed cards printed from Nadja’s drawings. All on recycled paper and ready to post to you or pick … Continue reading

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Seed Freedom Food Festival

    Last Saturday I was really privileged to be part of a very exciting inaugural event in Adelaide – the Seed Freedom Food Festival. My Mum and I were run off our feet all day with our little market … Continue reading

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Spring workshops & events

Thanks to all those who came along to our Home Beekeeping presentation at Enliven cafe a couple of weeks ago. Feedback was great and we look forward to seeing more home gardeners taking up beekeeping in Adelaide! A couple of … Continue reading

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September Garden Guide

Zone 0: Just when I ought to have been getting my spring planting organised, I’ve been preoccupied with heading off for permaculture training – more on that later! Zone 1: Raised garden beds have had a quick sprinkle of seeds … Continue reading

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Simple Drip Irrigation workshop – November 7th

 

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Markets on the Move

One of the great highlights of this year for me has been sharing Nadja’s Garden through my stall at the Organic Corner Store market (OCS), held until now on Thursday mornings at the Holdfast Baptist Church on Brighton Rd at … Continue reading

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Supporting our local community

  If you live in the Glenelg/Brighton/Marion area and haven’t checked out the Organic Corner Store market yet, it is well worth a look. It incorporates a fresh organic fruit and veg co-op where you can order a whole box … Continue reading

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Autumn is native planting time

We may not have had the opening rains yet, but it’s autumn and it’s time to plan and prepare for native gardens. Most Australian plants do best in SA when planted just after the opening rains, giving them a chance … Continue reading

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Market holiday

Update: 13/2/13 – Just keeping an eye on that fickle Adelaide weather… We don’t go to market when the weather forecast is for heat over 35C, wet or ridiculously windy weather (i.e. when the seeds would get damaged or when it’s … Continue reading

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Special Christmas gift voucher offer

Christmas is nearly upon us! Stuck for a gift for friends or family? How about a garden gift voucher, for an initial consultation or maintenance session, or even dedicated to a special project?  All gift vouchers sold in December include … Continue reading

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