It is soft, black and gooey. It looks past its prime. It is all these things and it is delicious. I am talking about Black sapote, a tropical fruit that could find a place in the larger community garden in warmer climates.
Midyim berry, an Australian bush food eaten by Aboriginies.
Another of the fast-fruits, Pawpaw is well worth planting in community gardens in the warm temperate to tropical zone.
It’s another of the fast-fruits, those quick-to-fruit species that we can plant in our community gardens and that take little space.
If plants are the stationery parts of the community garden, chooks are the mobile parts. Chooks bring added interest and food diversity our gardens.
West Launceston Primary School Community Garden hosted an Introduction to Permaculture Course during September for the Afghan Hazara Community.
ACFCGN invites gardens to take the online community garden survey so that we can provide good information about the trends and status of gardens right around the country. The deadline was Monday 8 October.
ACFCGN are excited to let members know that the Australian Urban Research Network (AURIN) has reached out and offered to support the Garden Map Directory that we currently manage.
As part of the Tamar Valley Peace Festival, ABC Gardening Australia’s Costa Georgiadis visited a number of gardens around Launceston sharing his passion and wisdom for the role gardens play in creating a peaceful world.
Bright, fun and creative is a good description of The Vegetable Plot, a group of musicians with a radical message of good food and good health. That is why the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network (ACFCGN) is partnering with them.