Feast on our Food Gardens
Below are some images of the food gardens we've installed. Follow the links to read all about the transformations.
Glenelg, Adelaide organic food garden
This is a very simple, but very handsome little food garden. The left garden bed is planted out with strawberries at the front and spinach at the back with a few companion herbs in between. Read about it here...
Fullarton, Adelaide galvanised vegetable garden beds
Meredith's back yard and front yard are wild and beautiful, overgrown with native plants, trees, bushes, flowers, nasturtiums, self-seeded spinach, lettuce, herbs and with surprises everywhere you look. We love gardens like this! They have a magical, enchanted feel that would ignite any child's imagination. Read about it here
Geoff and Fiona's foodscape in Novar Gardens, Adelaide
This is a wonderful example of how you can turn an average sized back yard into a thriving and productive food garden. Geoff and his family of four will get enormous satisfaction from harvesting their own fresh, organic food every day. Read about it here...
Largs Bay, Adelaide food garden
This exemplary food garden is a pleasure to look at and shows what can easily be done with an average sized back yard. Read about it here
Luan and Wendy's keyhole garden beds in North Adelaide
This is a lovely feature that allows you to sit on the garden bed (unless of course the plants grow over the sides). Read about it here...
Lincoln and Laura's side fence food garden in Fulham Gardens, Adelaide
We installed two raised garden beds, a long one down the side of the fence and another small one on the other side of the bins, near the garden shed. Read about it here
Neil and Sue's front and back yard garden renovations in Valley View, Adelaide
Our job was to instal two garden beds, end to end making one long bed 6 metres long, instal an automatic irrigation system, place a layer of pearl rivers stones around the beds and a border between the stones and the grass area. Read about it here...
Nathan's front yard food garden in Vale Park, Adelaide
Two raised garden beds were constructed and placed at the end of the patio then filled with our soil, reading for planting. Around the beds, Nathan opted for sawdust rather than paving which enhances the soft, natural feel of the yard. Read about it here