10 Alternatives to RoundUp

Glyphosate the killer weed killer You don’t have to look far when searching for the controversy around this regular back yard weed killer. Its recent attraction in the news and media is not to be ignored, the facts surrounding this … Read More

What to Plant in July & August

Yay! Finally, winter is here! We are seeing a late winter finally arriving here in Perth. But some of the plants were already thinking its spring, Its hard to tell exactly what will succeed in your garden, depending on if … Read More

What The Soil?

What the Soil? Soil is THE MOST important thing in any garden, and it is the most likely thing you will get wrong if you don’t have success. SOIL MATTERS. In the vegetable gardens we do consultations on 9/10 times … Read More

What is all the pH-uss about pH?

Quite often I hear people say to me that there plants aren’t  doing so well.  They tell me, “I keep adding fertilizer but it just does’nt seem to be getting any better, in fact sometimes worse!” My reply usually comes … Read More

Planting Calendar

What Do I plant and When? I hear you ask oh green thumbed friend, Well we have heard your requests and we now are happy to present to you: The complete and concise planting calendar! For year round gardening advise, … Read More

Rosemary

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), a fragrant, perennial woody evergreen herb native to the Mediterranean region, is one of the most aromatic and pungent herbs around. It is one of the most commonly found herbs in a spice rack. With such an … Read More

What to Plant May & June

So this is still a great time of year for planting. With ease and grace Gaia nurtures and cares for your little baby plants and nurses them to full maturity. If you still don’t have your Brassicas in (broccoli, Cabbage … Read More

Uses of Comfrey

Comfrey (also comphrey) is native to Europe and Asia and have been cultivated by many cultures for over 2500 years. Comfrey are important herbs in organic gardening. It is used as herbal medicine and as a fertilizer. … Read More

12 Benefits of Having a Vegetable Garden

My grandmother grew her own vegetables. When I was little, we would pick the tomatoes from garden and it add it to our salads. I didn’t appreciate the benefits of growing your food back then but now that I think … Read More

Nexus Family Health Summit

This 2 day festival is a celebration of everything that is closest to our hearts – Health & Family. – FREE entry with $5 donation to NFP organisation the Intensive Care Foundation – Kids under 16 absolutely FREE – Kids … Read More