New edible gardens have sprouted all over the world in a way not seen since the victory gardens of the First and Second Worlds Wars, and this new report on a survey of Australian edible gardeners explores the reasons why.
Have you seen our free step-by-step guide on how to build your own wicking bed on wickingbeds.com.au? This guide includes diagrams of the different layers, detailed videos of the process, photos of how the bed should look at different stages, choosing screenings (stones) and soil for your wicking bed, common mistakes, how to manage your wicking bed to make sure it’s performing at its best and more.
We’re so grateful to be able to continue supporting both our amazing suppliers and our community to keep growing food during the current restrictions. This is 18 DIY wicking bed kits that we made up using CERES Fair Wood sustainably sourced cypress timber being secured at our Brunswick warehouse before heading to Meredith Community Garden in Central Victoria. We’re looking forward to seeing the Meredith community growing more food together in these. 💚 ... See MoreSee Less
In case you haven't already heard the news, our very own Adam Grubb and co-author Annie Raser-Rowland have just published Let's Eat Weeds, a kids guide to edible weeds. Adam talks with Dylan and Kulja from The Grapevine about the inspiration behind the book, his favourite seasonal weeds and more in this interview. ... See MoreSee Less
Off the back of the enduring success of their Weed Forager’s Handbook, co-authors Adam Grubb and Annie Fraser-Rowland bring their inimitable knowledge of edible weeds and wild plants to children in ...