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Snow Peas and Sugar Snap Peas

Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon Family: Fabaceae The Fabaceae family is the third largest family of flowering plants in the world […]

Cabbage White Butterfly – at large

Make sure you stay on top of these blighters this time of year.  Here is a picture of a cabbage […]


Petroselinum crispum Family: Apiaceae Parsley is a must in any self-respecting home garden, with culinary and medicinal uses that have […]

Broad bean

Vicia Faba Family: Fabaceae Before we can relax and get into the details about this plant, let us first say […]

April in the Garden

Yes, the days are getting shorter. Yes, the first frosts may soon be here.  But don’t simply run around shouting […]

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It’s official – 2020 is the year of edible gardening!

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.

La Niña – is she bringing the rain party or not?

If you’re in Melbourne and you’ve had a niggling wonder as to why you’ve needed to water your garden a […]

Shout out to all customer service oriented peeps!

*Update 8th October – as you may guess, we’ve had a rich suite of applicants already, and thus are well […]

VEG’s trading and customer updates

Nov 2020: With the loosening of restrictions we’re back in the gardens of Melbourne installing wicking beds (using our COVID […]

VEG’s Trading Terms and news

Update @August 2020  (Stage 4 restrictions for Melbourne) Yes, we are still trading! Under the VicGov workplace guidelines we can continue operating […]

Permaculture and Holistic Management: An interview with Allan Savory

You may or not know about VEG’s use of Holistic Decision Making as our internal operating system. It helps us […]
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