Garden hacks


Matt Lubchansky, I got mine

Growing fruit is not my jam in the toxic industrial wasteland I live in but I like someone to do it. Here are some notes on that happening in my neighbourhood and my incidental engagement

vegepod is a no-dig portable garden-bed supplier.

Indolent kitchen gardening is the book I used last time I had a garden that I did not neglect to death, in Canberra, in 2006.

No space to compost? Need more food scraps for your compost? Try sharewaste the free social network for compost sharing.

Smith, Libby. 1981. Indolent Kitchen Gardening : A Vegetable Growing and Cooking Guide for the Part-Time Canberra Gardener Using Minimum Effort and Organic Gardening Techniques. Australian National University Press. https://openresearch-repository.anu.edu.au/handle/1885/115163.