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Good Organic Gardening offers the best advice for productive gardening and is the only gardening magazine that goes all the way to the dining table. We reckon that great fresh food is the satisfaction of good gardening.
If you love growing your own, doing things in harmony with nature, and finding new ways to put fresh produce on the table, Good Organic Gardening will give you a new view of great ways to bring produce from the garden to the table.
Inside this issue #11.1
Jennifer examines lipstick tree and Asian lemongrass
There’s something about rosemary, that sweet-scented eternal symbol of death and remembrance
Melissa King sings the praises of the dramatically, emphatically orangeyred heiloom varieties of persimmon
Sage, like rosemary, is a member of the Lamiaceae (mint) family with similar restorative powers.
TIME TO PLANT
Jennifer’s growing berries, broad beans and gage plums while Chloe’s planting cabbage and turnips
Through winter into spring, Jennifer’s enraptured by the spectacular sight of ornamental cherry, pear and peach blossoms
Building a “pretty unstructured” but beautiful suburban Eden in what was once the far southeast edge of Melbourne
Tom and Bridie’s farm is part of the new wave of diversified, small-scale market gardens growing dozens of seasonal vegies and herbs
GREEN HARVEST In the hills behind the Sunshine Coast, Frances and Jeff Michaels have built a thriving eco-business supplying organic gardeners
Slow and steady does it for Tasmania’s adorable but invasive species
Flock cooped up indoors for winter? Megg Miller has some boredom-busting ideas to keep them amused and physically fit
GARDEN TO TABLE
Get started on a low-carb ketogenic (fat-burning) diet with some healthy and very simple recipes from Easy Keto Dinners by renowned chef, Pete Evans
PLOT PROJECTS, PLANNING & MAINTENANCE
Biodiversity is the key to creating a harmonious and productive living ecosystem, writes Angelo Eliades