Gardens can quite rapidly run out of room for enthusiastic growers of food. When some room in the veggie garden becomes available, it might be novel to give a small native equivalent a go.
You might already have some bush tucker growing, be unaware or curious about what to do next.
There may be a spot coming up for a new or replacement tree, and others' experiences could assist in making a choice to have a beautiful native food producing tree growing in the yard.
We won't forget about our coat of arms, crock and fish too ... they're all farmed. It's all points of interest about our big back yard's original market.
Firstly however, a focus on the plants. There's a bit of chatter about natives which have (and are) making it into our gardens. To give a little direction, I've listed some wider subjects that many of you may wish to chat about.
Saw this book at the Sunnybank Hills Library today. Published in 2015, It's the biggest book on native food I've seen yet, not that I've seen many....Thought somebody might be interested. Sorry if you want to borrow it from the same library, you…Continue
I have recently visited Kumbartcho Nursery located at 15 Bunya Pine court, Eatons Hill. This native nursery has plenty of bush food seedlings distributed throughout a large range of local native plants.WebLink Here - …Continue
I buy three types of potting mix, these are:-Native potting mix for my lemon myrtles, and lillipilliesAzalea potting mix for my blueberries, and camellia sinensis (tea plant)General purpose potting mix for everything elseI mix in coir, sand, rock…Continue
Add a Comment