Copy of Preparing a veggie bed for planting

Preparing a veggie bed for planting Now is a great time to start preparing your veggie bed for your summer produce! In this My Smart Garden video Horticulturist Kat Lavers shows you how to clear old crops, compost and mulch your garden bed so its ready for your new seedlings!

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How to take cuttings

How to take cuttings With a little skill, a cutting from a friend or family members plant is a great way to propagate your very own version of their plant. In this My Smart Garden video Horticulturist Craig Castree will give you a step by step of preparing and planting your cutting so its establishes…

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How to harvest leafy greens

How to harvest leafy greens Did you know that some leafy greens can provide a repeated supply of produce? In the My Smart Garden Video Horticulturist Scott Hitchins will highlight some greens that keep re growing and he’ll show you when and how to pick them to ensure you have loads of delicious meals.

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Planting a fruit tree

Planting a fruit tree The best time to plant a bare-rooted fruit tree is during the winter season. In this My Smart Garden video Horticulturist Kat Lavers guides you through planting techniques, pruning and watering to establish a happy and healthy tree so that you and your friends can enjoy delicious fruits for years to…

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Preparing a veggie bed for planting

Preparing a veggie bed for planting Now is a great time to start preparing your veggie bed for your summer produce! In this My Smart Garden video Horticulturist Kat Lavers shows you how to clear old crops, compost and mulch your garden bed so its ready for your new seedlings!

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Shotaro’s small garden

Shotaro’s small garden in Altona Shotaro has transformed a small space into a productive oasis filled with unusual herbs and vegetables that reflect his Japanese heritage. “I grow lettuce, chives, radishes, peas and broccoli as well as Japanese edibles like edamame (soybean), daikon, mitsuba, satoimo (Japanese taro), sansho (Japanese pepper), and ashitaba herb. I learnt…

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