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  1. How to grow onions and leeks

    How to grow onions and leeks

    Onions and leeks are not often grown by home gardeners because they’re so cheap to buy, but with onions being one of the most heavily sprayed crops when grown conventionally, we like to grow our own organically.
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  2. How to create a critter friendly garden

    How to create a critter friendly garden

    It seems the truly wild places on earth are shrinking, and with this, many species are diminishing too. But we can play our part in restoring their numbers by creating a habitat for these species right in our own backyards.
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  3. Summer in the Organic Edible Garden

    Summer in the Organic Edible Garden

    It’s the season when we enjoy an abundance of food from the garden. If you haven’t got them in yet, there’s still time to plant tomatoes, beans, capsicum, eggplant, chilli, cucumber, zucchini, pumpkin, sweetcorn, and watermelon. In fact many people in cooler areas will not have planted these crops yet due to it still being cold at night.

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  4. August in the Organic Edible Garden

    August in the Organic Edible Garden

    August is an exciting time for gardeners. The days are starting to get a bit longer and it’s time to plan the garden for the warm weather coming.

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  5. The organic home garden: Autumn

    The organic home garden: Autumn

    How to help your garden thrive in Autumn.
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  6. The organic home garden: Winter

    The organic home garden: Winter

    Winter is a good time to get maintenance jobs done around the garden. Getting rid of weeds that can be a breeding ground for next season's green shield beetle is worth putting on the list.
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  7. Permaculture for sustainable design

    Permaculture for sustainable design

    If you've looked into permaculture, you might be wondering how this system of design is different to other ways of gardening and shaping the space where you live.
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  8. The organic home garden: Spring

    The organic home garden: Spring

    Spring is a tricky time for gardeners - we're itching to get out and plant all the amazing vegetables that thrive during warmer weather, but Spring can dish up surprises like warm days then late frosts. So don't be too hasty.
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  9. Why and how to grow herbs

    Why and how to grow herbs

    Herbs are an ideal choice if you're thinking of planting at home -they take up less space than many plants and it's great to have them close at hand if you're a keen cook.
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  10. Why and how to save your seeds

    Why and how to save your seeds

    Organic Edible Garden has some useful tips for the easy, fun and economical practice of saving vegetable, flower and fruit seeds.
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