All Gardens

Kale and Borlotti Bean Soup

June 2020

Sophie Hansen's winters (near Orange, NSW) are long and cold, which leads to plenty of warm, nourishing food like this hearty soup.

The Green Rhubarb Blues

June 2020

Have you got the green rhubarb blues? JUSTIN RUSSELL offers some tips on how you can grow red rhubarb, and why it's one of his all-time favourite plants.

Chooks love a dust bath.

Buying chooks? Here's some tips

June 2020

If you are new to chook keeping, or thinking about adding some hens to your house, Jessamy Miller knows what to look for.

Worm farms and tumblers

June 2020

Not everyone has the space in the garden for a compost heap, writes Penny Woodward -- that's where a worm farm comes in!

Planning your garden

June 2020

Justin Russell explains how to stagger planting times so you don't end up with too little or too much of the vegies you love best.

Bob with apples

Bob's Summer Surprise

May 2020

It took 20 years for Bob Magnus to breed this apple, says Penny Woodward, and it all started in Huonville, Tasmania.

Chill factor

May 2020

Lots of vegies love the cold and are sweeter for a frost. Justin Russell tells how to take advantage of this while also protecting plants.

Warrigal greens are an edible succulent.

Growing warrigal greens

April 2020

Warrigal greens are one of the easiest and most rewarding native food plants to grow, writes Karen Sutherland.

 

 


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