Plants & Vegetables

Warrigal greens are an edible succulent.

Growing warrigal greens

April 2021

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

 

 


Garlic

Garlic in your garden

March 2021

Homegrown garlic tastes dramatically better than any you can buy in your local supermarket, so why not grow it yourself! 

Finding fungi in the wild

March 2021

Foraging for mushrooms is a fun activity in the autumn months when rainfall is high. You can read a detailed article on foraging by Helen McKerral in OG Issue 124. You can also go on a guided tour/workshop -- we've listed a few below.

Round-leaf pigface

Edible succulents

February 2021

Karen Sutherland writes about three edible, waterwise succulents that you can plant now. They are easy to grow, and tasty!

Build a bed for your vegies

November 2020

Planning your vegie patch? Justin Russell answers the question many of you might be asking: are raised beds right for me?

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.

Build a garden not a bunker

March 2020

Justin Russell looks for food that will provide resilience, nourishment and productivity in a changing world.

Horseradish power

March 2020

Autumn is the time when the wonderfully pungent horseradish is in its element -- you can plant and harvest now and once harvested it's time to start cooking!

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