Here’s the schedule for day one of the virtual trail with Costa Georgiadis from ABC Gardening Australia as our host.
We are on an 800 sq metre block and have Indian runner ducks, Pekins, quail and a beehive. There are three veggie areas including large, raised beds and potted fruit trees for shade and to define areas. Elements of permaculture are evident in the garden including closed systems e.g. veggie waste eaten by the chickens,[…]
The garden was created to cater for the many apartment and houses nearby who have no opportunity to grow and taste their own fresh produce. It is currently under the auspice of Hornsby Shire Council and will be 4 years old in October. Our garden is organic and we try and incorporate Permaculture principles where[…]
The Friendship Garden, located at Auburn Centre for Community, is a shared community garden, developed as a community space for healthy, fun outdoor activities. The garden encourages people to grow and share local food, make new friends, share skills while improving community health and wellbeing. All community members are welcome to get involved in the[…]
Anzac Park Community garden was opened in March 2019. It is designed in the shape of the Anzac Star to complement the park and the Anzac Memorial with its rows of Turpentine trees representing the tough Anzac soldiers. We have around 30 volunteers and many new friendships have been made through the garden. We have[…]
Once again Costa Georgiadis from ABC Gardening Australia is joining us on the Virtual Sydney Edible Garden Trail, along with passionate Sydney gardeners and roving reporters, Eric and Tara. Nita, one of our passionate committee members, and one of the main organisers this year of the virtual element of the trail, will also be hosting[…]
A small community garden located in the heart of Darlington. We have around 50 active members and over thousands of followers on social media followers. Our goal as a community garden is to: Grow and maintain a beautiful garden for our community, Provide a welcoming place for our community to learn about gardening and socialise,[…]
Over the last year I’ve been converting a small section of my front garden into a native edible garden, with another section dedicated to encouraging native bees and birds. I’m happy to share my garden and what knowledge I have – I’ve loved learning about native edibles over the last year since I started.
The design of this garden is based on permaculture and food forests (also known as regenerative agriculture and syntropic farming), representing wholistic land rehabilitation. It approaches land use from a traditional aboriginal custodianship perspective, equally focussing on preserving the environment, supporting local native animals and providing a viable farm/forest model that takes in to account[…]
We are making intensive use of a small site and our garden spreads around the front and back of a semi-detached house. Most of the plants are edible, intended to attract beneficial insects or to provide shade and privacy. Due to shallow rocky soil and pre-existing areas of concrete, the garden is mostly comprised of[…]