Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live and recognise their continuing connection to this beautiful land. We pay our respects to Elders past, present, and emerging.
We thank you for the wisdom you offer of the bush, and we hope to work alongside your traditional methods to honour, restore, and preserve our Earth.
Native gardens make great alternative to lawn
Native gardens can also be used in a verge garden to green up your suburb. They are waterwise, low maintenance, and wildlife, bird, and insect attracting – it’s no wonder why this type of garden is so popular amongst homeowners!
We can design your edible garden based on the following garden styles:
Disclaimer: Our verge gardens all comply with council regulations. It is up to you to organise the necessary permits specific to your local area.
Popular bush tucker plants
A sought-after ingredient by chefs worldwide, finger limes are small citrus fruits that are packed with vitamins and bursting with flavour. The zesty pulp is akin to a “fruit caviar” and is a perfect addition to summer drinks and desserts.
A fast-growing perennial herb, bush basil has a strong basil-like flavour that complements any pasta or tomato-based dish. It is an attractive shrub with large bee attracting purple flowers and a great addition to a sensory garden.
This small shrub yields small, speckled fruit that are similar to blueberries in taste with eucalyptus-like overtones. Children will love these “lollies of nature”!
These hardy shrubs grow almost everywhere in Australia and can withstand poor quality soils, drought, and frost. They flower and fruit all year round, producing a sweet and salty tasting berry which can be eaten raw or brewed into a tea.
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Why Our Clients Choose Us
Our team are fully certified in Horticulture & Permaculture, so you can be confident that your garden is in good hands.
Gaia’s Organic Gardens has helped hundreds of Aussie families to grow their own vegetables in their own backyards.