We all love fruit! How wonderful it is to have fruit trees in the garden. Not only do they provide delicious snacks, but they look attractive and provide shade. Our posts about growing fruit trees sustainable are below:

Top Productive Perennials

Productive perennials provide solutions to many of today's gardening challenges. Top of the list is that they save time! Perennials don't need to be…

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Tomatoes

Is there anything more satisfying than growing, harvesting and tucking into a home grown tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)?   For those of you who…

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Early Blight of Tomatoes

Hi, my name is: Early Blight of Tomatoes

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Davidson’s Plum

The Davidson’s plum has attractive foliage and brilliant coloured fruit.  It is one of the thousands of native edible plants, yet not many people…

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Midyim Berry

The midyim berry Austromyrtus dulcis is an easy to grow bushfood which occurs naturally in coastal areas ranging from northern NSW to Fraser Island…

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Citrus Gall Wasp

Citrus gall wasp endangers productivity in gardens as well as in commercial orchards, especially in Western1 and South Australia2. So recognizing and…

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Top Tomato Varieties

How many tomato varieties are there? Probably thousands! If you're keen to enjoy the amazing flavours of home grown tomatoes this summer we've…

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Winter Apple

Winter Apple (Amulla) is an attractive drought-hardy native bushfood plant adapted to grow in a range of soil types, including nutrient-poor soils,…

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Codling Moth

If you want to protect your apple or pear trees prepare for this pest! He introduces himself here: Hi, my name is: Codling Moth Describe yourself:…

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Backyard Food Forest Gardening using Ecological Principles

Backyard food forest gardening is based on ecological principles.  Have you ever wondered how forests develop, how they regenerate after destruction,…

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Pear and Cherry Slug

While most babies are cute, cuddly and adorable, this is definitely not the case for the offspring of the Black Sawfly Caliroa cerasi. The larvae,…

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