Creative Harvest-There’s an Artist in my Food Garden.

Tomorrow and Sunday we open our back garden as part of the Baw Baw Sustainability Network, Food Gardens Open Day. Thirteen gardens throughout West Gippsland are opening, each garden will also have an artist displaying and in some cases creating within the garden. Luckily we have managed to hold off damage to too much by using copious amounts of shade cloth to protect. Gardens are open from 10-4 Bothe days with entry being $5.00 per garden for 5 for $20.00, tickets available at each garden.

The focus  I’d like to share is getting the most from your available space by using climbing frames and showing how you can integrate food plants as part of your normal garden or courtyard space. 

A  shot of the veggie patch from up high.Full details of all the gardens and the artists appearing at each one are available from the Baw Baw Sustainability Network website.

About fergie51

Sourdough baker, teacher, eater and student. Sustainable living advocate and passionate food grower. Conduct sourdough baking classes at my home and administrator of Facebook support page for Australian & New Zealand sourdough bakers.
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4 Responses to Creative Harvest-There’s an Artist in my Food Garden.

  1. I would love to see more of your garden. I am in the early planning stage of my own.

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  2. Wonderful that you and others open your gardens and share your tslents & inspiration. How I would love to be able to visit. In lieu of being in the neigbourhood however, I immensely enjoy your photos ♡

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