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Read more about Speedy summer vegies to go in now

Speedy summer vegies to go in now

Get out into the vegie patch and plant some home grown produce

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Time for winter vegies

April's an important changeover month in the vegie patch.

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Everyone's into vegies

There's been a remarkable resurgence in growing vegies and it seems that everyone is getting into it.

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Read more about Starting a vegie co-op

Starting a vegie co-op

There are many benefits to be derived from vegie-growing co-ops

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Companion planting

Grouping garden plants together so that they help each other to grow better

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Read more about The late summer vegie patch

The late summer vegie patch

It’s a matter of balancing the demands of the remaining summer crops and preparing for the cool season varieties to come

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Read more about Tomato and basil

Tomato and basil

Although they were first developed for human consumption in vastly different parts of the globe - basil in India and tomatoes in the Americas - basil and tomatoes have become inextricably linked together.

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Read more about Spring’s the season to start growing vegies

Spring’s the season to start growing vegies

Spring’s the best time of year to put your vegie-growing plans into action

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Read more about Autumn’s time for Asian vegetables

Autumn’s time for Asian vegetables

Because most Asian vegetables and herbs dislike extremes, autumn’s one of the best seasons for growing them

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Climbing edibles

Climbing plants have the great advantage that, by the sheer nature of their vertical growth, they take up less space in the garden.

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Grow vegies from packages in winter

Rhubarb, shallots, garlic, strawberries, asparagus and berries are typical examples of packaged vegetables to grow in winter

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Winter vegies can be fun for kids

Kids will often find they have a bit more time to concentrate on the vegie garden during the winter months and popular vegies such as carrots, lettuce, broccoli, radish and spinach can be grown at this time of year. So here are some winter vegie tips for keen junior gardeners.

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Growing edibles in small spaces

Even if you don’t have a garden, it’s not at all difficult to produce some of your own food at home.

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Caring For Summer Vegies

Getting your vegies though summer can be a challenge, so here are some helpful tips:

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