YOU are in for a treat this month with a visit to Ben and Jana's productive garden in Woodridge. The garden is full of food and brimming with vitality, even in the middle of a heatwave (that's when I saw it).Ben & Jana Meldt are trained Community Health Educators with over 7 years experience sharing their passion for natural health and living.They teach practical workshops on the topics of:'Natural Remedies in the Home','God's Green Farmacy' - using common and wild herbs as food and…See More
Dear Logan Food Gardeners Member LFG exists to create a supportive community of people who, like you, enjoy growing food. Together we can grow so much more, as we learn from each other; share plants and seeds; and support each other on the journey. If you like what LFG is and you want to help it keep ticking along, come and join the team at the annual General Meeting on Tuesday 17 April…… The positions that are called for will be: Committee positions:President (currently Lyn Buffett)Treasurer…See More
Preserving and fermenting our own food has so many benefits such as:using surplus produce from our gardens,being able to preserve food that is in-season (and cheap) for eating out of seasonhome made preserves don't contain all the nasty additives and dubious ingredients of purchased goodsfermented foods are great for your health save money by doing it yourselfhome made preserves often taste better and may be nutritionally better tooLocal, ethical and sustainable :) and you can share them with…See More
Fairly new to gardening, but am enjoying the hobby. I'm mainly interested in growing vegetables to eat - with some success - and have also managed to keep alive a few bromiliads, callistemons and lilliepillies. I have some bio-char to experiment with but haven't yet decided on the experiment. I'd like to grow potatoes and strawberries (my attempts thus far have not been successful) if anyone has tips or tricks.
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Hi, thank you for your kind welcome. I'm in Waterford west. I only have a small garden but am very keen to learn about what grows well in this area and tips and tricks for better quality and yields. But mainly to meet more like minded people and gain new friends as we only recently moved here from NSW.