Gavin Hughes, Executive Chef, Byron at Byron Resort & Spa, has provided this recipe for Organic Gardener. See the article on edible flowers in our September-October issue, page 28.
Cauliflower, citrus, peas and turnips will be ready to be harvested soon.
If you love coriander, it’s hard to imagine you could ever have too much in the garden, but when you do, you could turn it into a delicious coriander pesto, writes PHIL DUDMAN.
Fruit rots are the curse of organic pawpaw growing. PHIL DUDMAN suggests some simple organic controls and cures.
You've grown a lovely crop of potatoes and its now time to dig, and store them for winter. JUSTIN RUSSELL explains how.
If the cold, winter days are making you feel a little run down, then maybe a warm cup of tea made from some regular garden herbs is just the thing to lift your spirits, writes PHIL DUDMAN.
JUSTIN RUSSELL challenges the notion that all weeds are pests, and makes cordial with one of his favourite outlaw plants.
Got a glut of pomegranates? JUSTIN RUSSELL explains how to make the refreshing drink, grenadine.
JUSTIN RUSSELL picks his first apples of the season, and offers a cheery Christmas recipe using the fruit.