Bush Foods & Herbs for Courtyards & Balconies at BAAG

Bush Foods & Herbs for Courtyards & Balconies at BAAG

Australian native plants have flavour and aroma profiles unlike any others,and can be easily incorporated into your kitchen. As well, a wide range of them can be grown in Melbourne in pots or small and difficult spaces. In this class, which is ideal for those with...
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 Edibles; Walk, Talk, Taste

Native Edibles; Walk, Talk, Taste

There are many edible native plants that are easy to grow in urban gardens and pots. Karen’s own garden Gunyah grows over 40 native edible plants and is a great place to see how they grow. Learn how to bring these amazing plants into your kitchen to enjoy their...
Grow Your Own Produce To Swap

Grow Your Own Produce To Swap

Karen Sutherland will share her experience and stories about home growing, seed saving and getting the most from any garden space. Guests are then invited to talk about their produce and ask Karen’s advice to help solve any garden problems! More information...
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.