Contact Nadja's Garden: firstname.lastname@example.org 636 857Consultations by appointment
- autumn children community courses events Family Food fruit hanging out in the garden maintenance markets permaculture design permaculture principles planning planting propagating raised garden beds recipes resilient gardening seedlings seeds soil spring summer sustainable food time management trees vegetables water winter
Search Nadja’s Garden
Category Archives: resilient gardening
Good morning gardeners, Amidst the current chaos I hope that you are finding an oasis of peace in your gardens. Perhaps a few of you may be just beginning your own garden and yet to discover what a source of … Continue reading
Of all the times to be interrupting our usual busyness and spending more time at home, what season could be lovelier than autumn? The ground is still warm, there’s water in the tanks and there’s still sunshine to get a … Continue reading
Good morning gardeners, I’m sure I’m not the only one torn between enjoying the unseasonal July warmth and worrying that I shouldn’t really be this warm when we’ve only just passed the solstice. Hearing willy wagtails declaring their intention to … Continue reading
Welcome to another week-long heatwave in Adelaide. Is your garden getting tired of this? Are you too tired to be gardening!?
The countdown to Christmas has started. The usual end-of-year round of social and family events, shopping, school celebrations, reports, awards, and expectations to have our homes, gardens, families and lives in perfect order to be showcased, and all the loose … Continue reading
What do you do when life hands you lots of lemons – and grape leaves? Make dolmades!
I promised a virtual tour of our garden in lieu of the open day which was cancelled recently, and here it is. It seems the weather agreed with the decision to call off the event, as it ended up raining … Continue reading
In the last few days I’ve heard from a client who had great swathes of garden washed away into a creek; another whose new home by the sea had its garage inundated, and a friend whose child was lucky not … Continue reading
Dedicated to the garden, it’s a blessing, it’s a curse I don’t want to get monotonous so let’s do this in verse Have you rejuvenated vegie beds with compost and manure? Then you’re ready to start sowing your spring vegies … Continue reading