Category Archives: spring

Spring 2019 News – and a recipe :)

In this issue: Seasons that defy the calendar Voila! Delicious dinner from whatever is growing right now Community gardens, workshops and events Trees x 10 pilot activities are underway Spring planting suggestions

Posted in community, fruit, Local food, planning, planting, propagating, seeds, spring, trees, vegetables

September Garden Guide

Happy start to Spring! The last few days have offered some really warm sunshine to bring the bees to the blossoms and to accelerate growth. This winter was warmer than average, and although it started out unseasonably dry, we’ve now … Continue reading

Posted in fertiliser, Food, maintenance, pests, planting, propagating, seedlings, soil, spring, vegetables, water

October Garden Guide for Adelaide

If there’s one thing we can rely on in spring, it’s unpredictable weather. Calm and sunny one day, howling gales and torrential rain the next. Looking back at last October’s pictures I saw cherries ripening on my tree, while this … Continue reading

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After the storms in Adelaide

  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

Posted in events, fruit, hanging out in the garden, microclimates, resilient gardening, spring, storms

September Garden Guide – Mediterranean climate

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

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Compost workshop

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November Garden Guide

Zone 0: Spring cleaning is largely over, and yielded great opportunities to share no-longer-needed items with the community, as well as providing loads of carbon-rich compost material (i.e. paperwork)… Zone 1: Tomato and capsicum seedlings have gone back into our … Continue reading

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