Category Archives: sustainable food

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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Weekend Spring Garden Workshops – book now!

Two inspiring and invigorating new workshops are coming up this spring to give your mind and your garden a boost. Both will be hosted at Warradale in our home garden and will combine useful information and the company of like-minded locals … Continue reading

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THE OPEN GARDEN COURSE – an introduction to growing organic food at home

Starting at Warradale  Tuesday July 23, 10 am-12 noon for 10 weeks (School term 3) Cost $10 per session (concession holders $5) To register please phone 0410 636 857 or email nadjasgarden@gmail.com with your name, address, phone number and email address.

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New seeds in stock

Here they are, ready for this Thursday’s Organic Corner Store (or contact me to arrange home delivery if you’re in the Marion/Holdfast area and can’t make it to the market)…these are all suitable for planting NOW! VEGETABLES Artichoke, Beetroot (red, … Continue reading

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