Ecological Gardening Resources

Ecological gardening makes sense. We use the expertise Nature has developed over millions of years and bring bring back her free ecological services to our garden.

With Nature giving us a hand, we can sit back, watch our garden thrive without expensive trips to the garden supply store, and experience fewer crop losses when the weather turns bad!

Image of front cover of How To Drought Proof Your Farm
Image of front cover of How To Drought Proof Your Farm

Feed Plants without Fertilisers

GETTING YOUR SOIL ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING AGAIN

Imagine if you didn't need to apply fertilisers regularly, yet still produce good yields. It's difficult to appreciate what we can achieve as virtually all of us grow food in soil ecosystems that no longer function properly.

Good news... getting our nutrient recycling system and soil structural engineers working again we can feed our plants without fertilisers!

Discover how >>

Eco-logical Gardening Handbook

Join the groundswell of gardeners recognising that using sustainable practices is not ideal if what we're sustaining is in poor condition and needs repair.

Using this Handbook, you will develop practical eco-logical solutions suitable for your climate, growing conditions, and the food you grow. You'll benefit from Nature's free ecological services by getting the ecosystems in your garden functioning again.

Create a self-sustainable garden >>

Drought-proof your Garden

USING AFFORDABLE ECO-LOGICAL TECHNIQUES

Do you need to make your garden more drought-hardy to keep food on the table without expensive water bills?

There's a remarkably simple approach that tends to get overlooked - increasing water  infiltration and storage in our soil, and reducing water loss from evaporation.

Discover how to use this 'eco-logical' approach.

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GrowMap

THE KEY TO GROWING FOOD THAT LOOKS AFTER ITSELF

Wouldn't it be great to grow food that virtually looks after itself? Vegetables and fruit trees thriving in our growing conditions and producing food for us rather than the insects!

We need to get to know our growing conditions and choose plants that grow well in these conditions.

Creating a GrowMap, you'll 'grow from your strengths'. No special skills or expensive equipment required. Set aside one morning and create a fun learning experience getting your children involved...

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Living Mulch

TIRED OF MULCHING? GROW MULCH RIGHT WHERE YOU NEED IT

How much do you spend on mulch every year? Just to watch it disappear and need replacing...

Mulch is useful, but spreading mulch is not the easiest, cheapest, or best thing to do. You and your soil will be better off growing living mulch.

Find out how >>

 

FREE RESOURCES