Native Edibles for Companion Planting at BAAG

Native Edibles for Companion Planting at BAAG

Non-indigenous Australians are waking up to the amazing edible plants around us and wondering why we didn’t use them before! Knowing what will grow and also produce a harvest, as well as how to use it, is difficult as most of us aren’t yet familiar with Apple...
Native Food Garden Design for Lake Park Kindergarten

Native Food Garden Design for Lake Park Kindergarten

Recently I was asked to work collaboratively with the enthusiastic Carolyn Luder from Little Sprouts, another sustainable Moreland business. Lake Park Kindergarten in North Coburg was looking to integrate Bush Food plants and signage into their beautiful site...
Edible native plants for small gardens

Edible native plants for small gardens

Find out what native plants you can grow and how to use them. Karen Sutherland brings her expertise in urban food growing to help us embrace Australian native edible plants. Select appropriate plants for your space, such as lemon myrtle or desert lime.
Spring Plant Sale at Gunyah Garden

Spring Plant Sale at Gunyah Garden

Spring plant sale of unusual and difficult to find herbs, grapes and edible plants. A Sunday afternoon pop-up nursery at Karen’s garden Gunyah. All of the plants are propagated from Karen’s garden. Limited numbers available PLANTS FROM CRETE – Dittany of...
Unusual edibles in small spaces

Unusual edibles in small spaces

Why grow carrots and capsicums when you can grow turmeric and dwarf tomatoes? There are a range of unusual edibles that can be grown in pots and small spaces, in sun or shade. Come along and be inspired by author Karen Sutherland to grow some of these special plants,...