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Growing your own food has many benefits. The food tastes better and is more nutrient dense. Growing food connects you to nature and is very rewarding. Gardening has physical and mental health benefits. Recent Coronavirus (Covid-19) panic buying and empty supermarket shelves have now given us another reason to grow […]

The Leaf, Root & Fruit guide to Covid-19 Panic Induced ...   Recently updated !


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Spring is the busiest time of the year for working in the garden:          The days are increasing in length           Daytime temperatures are increasing          The soil is starting to warm up          Melbourne’s rainfall is typically plentiful All of this means that plants (including weeds) will thrive and […]

Spring Planting Guide for Melbourne   Recently updated !


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Here’s my autumn planting guide for warm-temperate based vegetable patches (such as Melbourne). With the onset of autumn, your planting options change. I actually prefer growing vegetables over winter to growing during summer. Winter veggies require less care and attention. With the cool, wet Melbourne climate, winter vegetables practically grow […]

Autumn Planting Guide For Melbourne




This post is a little old now… please head over to our spring planting guide for a much more comprehensive wrap up of all the veggies you can plant in spring and how to go about it! Spring Planting Guide It’s August already… doesn’t time fly! In gardens all across […]

What to plant in August