Is your soil scared of water?

What the phobic?? Our Perth summer soils have a wonderful problem of being Hydrophobic. No I’m not suggesting your soil is scared of spiders, or of leaving the house, nor am I suggesting your soil is against same sex marriage.  … Read More

November & December planting list and this seasons edible weeds

Summer is rolling in and we can already smell the sun, get your sunscreen out and hit the beach, but not before planting out your summer crops! Remember the key to summer success in the garden is: Good Soil Shade … Read More

Who’s Eating My Dinner?

Caterpillars. Do your vegetables have little critters on them that look like this? Beautiful white butterflies….. Not! —————————————————————————————————————————————————— *Recently Edited* This year is a particularly bad year for cabbage moth, the sudden spike in warm weather has seen these guys … Read More

Fruit Fly Trap

It’s that time of year again, Stone Fruit Season! And as we know there is nothing worse than patiently waiting, loving nurturing and excitedly picking when the time is right, only to find out that some annoying little fruit flies have … Read More

Companion Planting Guide

An Age Old Method Companion planting works. We see it in effect time and time again. It is based on the needs and requirements of plants and their symbiotic relationships with other plants and insects.  Companion Planting is a must … Read More

Spring Planting List and This Season’s Edible Weeds

Spring is Here…. Im so excited I wet my plants!! So we are already seeing some beautiful warm days so it’s completely ok to start planting your spring seeds. It’s a great idea to put little green houses over things … Read More

Warm Nasturtium Seed & Rocket Salad

Today my lovely friend Robyn came over to help me in the garden (yes, even I need help keeping the weeds at bay this time of year) I had nothing in my fridge to make us lunch with so I … Read More

Pink Clay Cleanser Recipe

Do you want to create your own lush indulgent face cleanser? Then read ahead…… I must say the colour in the picture does just not so it justice, and the softness of your skin after use is unexplainable. This non-greasy … Read More

FREE Live demonstration on the importance of seed saving

We have had several recent requests for more information about seed saving, So Carla from Gaia’s Organic Gardens will be giving a FREE live demonstration on the importance of seed saving, as well as the when’s and how’s of correctly … Read More

Who’s Eating my Dinner?

Do your vegetables have little critters on them that look like this? … Read More