We have 15 boxes full of veggies, a lot of fruit trees and edible flowers, chickens, ducks and beautiful garden.
In 2017 – 3 young kids in tow – we returned to Australia after 4.5 years living in California. Part of the reason for returning was a decision to make a huge lifestyle change – leave the corporate world, buy a few acres of land somewhere and do something entirely different. However late in July[…]
Our garden is a small, young suburban garden with many raised beds. We back onto bushland so have divided our space by a fence for natural, native plants and edible gardens. When we first moved here, the garden was an ornamental Balinese style, so over 6 years, we have slowly made it more usable by[…]
Selina’s garden is on a suburban block of 1/6 acre. It holds over fifteen fruit and nut trees, six garden beds, a banana circle, a food forest fence, a bathtub pond, compost bays, worm farms, rainwater tanks, and chooks. The edible gardening began 5 years ago when she moved into the property which was previously[…]
Matthew and Katerina began their Mount Colah garden, using permaculture principles, when they moved in at the end of 2017. In such a short time, they have already transformed their garden into a productive edible garden! The front yard has been set up as habitat for native animals, intermingled with bush tucker plants. The side[…]