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It’s almost time…

…for this year’s Seed Freedom Food Festival! In September last year the second Seed Freedom Food Festival was held here in Adelaide at the Market Shed on Holland. It was a huge success with over 2000 people coming through the doors … Continue reading

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Spinach!

The time in between one harvest and the next is always difficult; the last of the summer veg are gone and the winter crop is still to reach maturity. It is during this time that spinach comes into its own. … Continue reading

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February Catch-up

After an absence of six weeks or so, it is time to get back into the real world and start blogging again. Much has happened in the garden this summer. Whilst it has not been as productive as in past … Continue reading

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The Seed Freedom Food Festival

The second annual Seed Freedom Food Festival was held last Saturday, 26th September! The core team of organisers, who have been meeting since March to make the festival happen, worked till the early hours of the morning to set up the space. And, along … Continue reading

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Preparing for the Seed Freedom Food Festival!

We have spent the last two Monday evenings with an amazing group of people preparing for Saturday’s (26/9) second annual Seed Freedom Food Festival to be held at The Market Shed on Holland here in Adelaide. Our core group of coordinators plus … Continue reading

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November Garden Share Collective

It’s garden round-up time for the Garden Share Collective hosted by Lizzie at Strayed from the Table. I can’t believe it is already November This year has really flown by. Everything in the garden is also growing at a very … Continue reading

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Sowing seeds and harvesting

Last weekend we finally got around to planting some seeds – black zucchini, yellow straight-neck zucchini, kent pumpkin, king leeks and echinacea. The pumpkins and zucchinis have loved the warmer weather. Two days ago the trays looked like this:   … Continue reading

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