We give you the lowdown on setting up an aquaponics system at home.
Bush tucker – the fruits and aromatic leaves of the tropical and subtropical rainforests of Eastern Australia – provides a whole new palette of spices, fragrances and flavours for the adventurous cook.
Keen to start a thriving vegie patch but don’t own your own home? We bring you seven tips to make your rental gardening efforts a success.
All too often we fail to allow enough time or space for crop succession planting, which will ensure a consistent supply of produce from your backyard veggie patch.
Double digging is excellent for anyone wanting to grow a large quantity of organic vegetables with limited space – and quickly! Here’s our step-by-step guide to setting up your veggie bed.
Help your garden and vegie patch thrive by making your own biochar. We show you how…
Edible perennials are at the heart of a successful permaculture garden. These plants live for several years, are abundant, and bring diversity and resilience to the garden.
We’ve all seen purple carrots and stripy tomatoes make waves in our local foodie stores in recent years, but heirloom seeds (those that predate the modern supermarket age) open a world of beautiful fruit and vegetables to the home gardener.
Hello, Spring! Our September Garden Guides are here with all you need to know about what to do in your garden this time of year, depending on which climate zone you’re in.
Winter solstice has passed and our July Garden Guides are here with all you need to know about what to do in your garden this time of year, depending on which climate zone you’re in.
Hello winter! Our June Garden Guides are here, with all you need to know about what to do in your garden this time of year, depending on which climate zone you’re in.
Anyone interested in edible gardening tends to grow vegetables, but have you ever considered growing edible flowers?