It was a day of sun, surf, sand and soil – and a hardy group of almost 20 volunteers (and trusty designers Goshen & Fiona) transformed Sonia’s back yard into a low-maintenance veggie-ready oasis!
Author: Lyndon Kidman
Tis the season for colds and flu so what better way to make it through than chewing down on what you grew: garlic!
This is the zucchini with outstanding flavour that doesn’t get too big too soon. Be sure to train the quick growing vines up a trellis so it hangs straight or you’ll have lots of long and curlies!
Midyim berries are one of Australia’s tastiest bush tucker foods, with a sweet and tangy flavour that has a delightfully subtle hint of spice.
The coolest new thing to hit Sunbury since ’72 was the blitzing of Anne and Ian’s humble home, with straw-bale gardens and veggie beds galore!
Packing protein and a choice selection of vitamins and minerals, these greens are a ready addition to your garden and your gullet.
On a sunny Spring day, volunteers, caterers and family members pitched in to transform Jim’s family’ gardens into a more productive space – with a pond, wicking and raised garden beds, espaliers and more!
Nettle has a bad rap for its stinging nature, but is an incredibly under-appreciated source of vitamins and good health.