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Where’s Costa? – Felton Food Festival 2015

Felton Food Festival 2014

Grow, Gather and Enjoy is exactly what The Felton Food Festival is all about. This is the 4th year of what is a truly local food and farming community event put on to celebrate the value of the farming landscapes and the determination of the locals to celebrate their connection to ... Read More »

Moon Gardening – The Tree Planting Moon

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Moon in Taurus Productive and earthy, Taurus is one of my favourite places for the moon to be when gardening. Taurus is especially good for planting root crops and leafy greens because it lends the qualities of endurance and robustness to crops planted under its beams. I recently grew a ... Read More »

Trees for Life calls on South Australians to mark National Tree Day

Trees for Life is asking SA residents to grow a plant to help the State’s environment on National Tree Day, July 27 2014. Trees For Life has developed easy-to-grow Ruby Saltbush kits and has got together in a statewide partnership with Foodland SA to sell the kits at Foodland stores. ... Read More »

Costa wings his way to Queensland Garden Expo

Costa Georgiadis appears at QLD Garden Expo

The Queensland Garden Expo is marking its 30th anniversary this year and Costa is on his way to Nambour to join in the celebrations. The expo runs over three days (11-13 July) and offers a diverse range of free lectures and demonstrations given by local and international speakers on multiple ... Read More »

Organic orchardists offer Grow Great Fruit workshops

Fruit Growers and Community Educators Hugh and Katie of Mount Alexander Fruit Gardens

Do You Feel Confident To Keep Your Fruit Trees Healthy and Pick Great Fruit Every Year? Mount Alexander Fruit Gardens are organic orchardists located in Harcourt (central Victoria). On top of their valuable contribution to keeping us all fed, they also hold winter workshops with the aim of teaching people ... Read More »

You imagine what you desire – A Garden of Bad Flowers

Gabrielle de Vietri Garden of Bad Flowers (2014) with landscape architect, Marti Fooks Image courtesy of the artist.

Biennale artist Gabrielle de Vietri calls on the gardeners of Sydney to lend a hand. Drawing on the traditions of Floriography, a coded floral language prevalent in the 18th and 19th centuries across Europe, the Middle East, Australia and America, artist Gabrielle de Vietri‘s contribution to the 19th Biennale of ... Read More »

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