This issue Organic Gardener celebrates summer with juicy watermelons, crunchy capsicums and Peter Cundall chips in with his favourite garden hoes, plus much more. Out now!
JUSTIN RUSSELL suggests ways to keep destructive fruit fly at bay so you can enjoy your organically grown fruit.
Chook whisperer JESSAMY MILLER explains why your hens need shell grit.
PENNY WOODWARD has been harvesting a prolific crop of rhubarb and adding it to a moreish rhubarb cake.
With the weather warming, PENNY WOODWARD says to plant sunflowers now.
JUSTIN RUSSELL gets to the seedy heart of capsicums and comes to the conclusion we'd be 'stuffed' without them.
Simplicity, sustainability and connection inform life on the farm for Grown & Gathered market gardeners, flower traders and fearless...
While our 2015-16 moon planting chart has now waned, here's an up-to-date chart, produced by Lyn Bagnall and for sale at Aussie Organic...
Our simple planting guides will help you find out what plants grow best in
your region and when to plant them.
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JUSTIN RUSSELL explores some gentle techniques to help...View all
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Check out the chook palace in the Patch from Scratch garden and see Alex and Costa as they release the chooks! in this episode of ABC TV Gardening Australia.
How safe is your soil? Professor Mark Taylor from Macquarie University's VegeSafe program tests the soil in the Patch from Scratch garden in this epidode of ABC TV Gardening Australia.
How could we resist this family of would-be gardeners as winners in the Patch from Scratch competition?
Learn about different garlic varieties to grow now with our horticultural editor and garlic guru, Penny Woodward in this video from ABC TV Gardening Australia.