Edible Gardening Talk

Edible Gardening Talk

Karen of Edible Eden Design, has more than 30 years’ experience designing, planting and creating gardens, focussing on edible and sustainable gardens after training in horticulture and permaculture. She grew up gardening and growing food, in a family of gardeners and...
Untangling tomatoes – why dwarf tomatoes are the future

Untangling tomatoes – why dwarf tomatoes are the future

We gardeners choose our plants carefully, curating the heights and widths of plants and visualising how they’ll fit together in our gardens when fully grown. For most garden plants it’s easy to find information on their dimensions, from labels, internet searches or...
Stop the rot

Stop the rot

With above average rainfall, as temperatures increase, so too will a range of fungal and mildew diseases on our plants, but particularly on our vegetable gardens. Keeping your soil and plants healthy with organic growing techniques will help them be more resistant to...
Spring Plant Sale 2021

Spring Plant Sale 2021

Spring plant sale of edible native plants. A Saturday pop-up nursery at Karen’s garden Gunyah. Limited numbers available Prices reduced on these plants NATIVE EDIBLES – Chocolate Lily – Bulbine Lily – Yam daisy – Flax Lily – Mat rush...
Butterfly bother in the brassicas

Butterfly bother in the brassicas

So delicate and yet so destructive, the flutter of the white cabbage butterfly sends a chill down the spine of gardeners nurturing broccoli, cauliflower or Bok Choy in their vegetable patches. On a sunny morning, swarms of them can descend on a brassica patch, their...