An Open Day is a great way to get feedback from gardeners on what you’re growing and how you’re doing.
“Building the garden you want with whatever you’ve got”
Can’t find genuine cardamom plants, but want its fresh flavour in your cooking? Grow your own.
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I reckon Prince of Wales’ Feathers is one of the most beautiful of ornamental vegetables.
Almost 1,700 people visited my garden last weekend. And what a very friendly, gentle, respectful and very inquisitive mob they all were.
I found the first visitor snoozing in her car as the dawn mist was rising. People arrived gradually at first, but as Brisbane turned on one of its magical autumn days, things began to bustle.
‘Bellis’, Brisbane’s award winning sustainable house and garden, is now seven years old.
Last October this place won a national Save Water! Award in the Built Environment category. Since its inception, this 810 square metre property has collected over 7 megalitres of rainwater and recycled over 3 megalitres of sewage water. In the ornamental subtropical front garden, grow 118 different plants suited to predicted Climate Change. Apart from the hedge and two potted plants, all of these plants thrive on natural rainfall.