Being a rainy La Niña year so far, there are a growing number of beasties and bugs out there trying to beat us at our garden game – find out how to deal with three types of them.
Author: Holly Sellers
Summer and grapes go together like hot weather and a chilled glass of wine, for those who like a tipple, or frozen grapes for the kids (and even us ‘big’ kids). Learn why grapes are so great for the garden.
Mallow can be found almost anywhere in Melbourne, and is a highly nutritious edible weed. Get into it!
Tina converted her typical suburban backyard lawn into a vegetable garden by hand. When she wanted to do more, Permablitz Melbourne helped her find a permaculture designer, Terry Roberts, to create an urban food forest wonderland.
Fuchsia’s advice for those starting out is to start small and work in stages. It takes a lot of work and time to establish a garden but it should take less maintenance over time.
The murnong has a flower shaped like a dandelion, and beneath its innocuous, grass-like leaves lies a delicious, sweet yam.