Category Archives: vegetables

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

Feb-March in Garden and Elsewhere

Dear Adelaideans and nearby gardeners, I hope that, like ours, a little rain has reached your patch this week after our dry, dry, dry, bone-dry January! That little bit will have to stretch a long way as it sounds like … Continue reading

Posted in climate change, community, Food, heatwaves, microclimates, summer, trees, vegetables

June Garden Guide

In this edition… Welcome to winter Soil reconditioning We’re all going a bit weed-mad Chooks & Compost June veg planting

Posted in dirty fun, permaculture design, planting, soil, vegetables, weeds, winter

February Garden Guide

How is your garden looking at this time of year? Have those couple of heatwaves battered it around a bit? Here we haven’t lost many plants, but we’ve seen some of those prized mangoes get sunburnt, along with many baby … Continue reading

Posted in Food, fruit, maintenance, markets, permaculture principles, planting, raised garden beds, recipes, summer, vegetables, workshops

December Garden Guide

It’s been a busy couple of days in the garden, clearing out, rearranging and replanting a couple of vegetable beds, and planting new fruit trees, while the weather is mild enough for plants to settle in without getting either sunburnt … Continue reading

Posted in bees, Christmas, compost, Food, fruit, hanging out in the garden, herbs, markets, native plants, planning, planting, propagating, raised garden beds, seedlings, seeds, summer, trees, vegetables, vertical gardens

November Garden Guide

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

Posted in Family, fruit, hanging out in the garden, herbs, microclimates, resilient gardening, sustainable food, time management, vegetables

October Garden Guide

Spring keeps on springing…   I swear we have the calendar all back to front in this hemisphere. Surely when the chooks are munching on all the new leafy greens and laying as if their lives depended on it (fair … Continue reading

Posted in permaculture principles, planning, planting, raised garden beds, seedlings, seeds, vegetables