Delectable and Sustainable Gardens

Edible gardens are great ways to promote sustainable living, increase education, and provide delicious organic foodstuffs.

Whether you want an herb garden, vegetable garden, or a hobby orchard, our green thumb experts at our team can make your vision a reality.

edible gardenCreating Edible Gardens
Our services can help with all aspects of your edible garden, starting at creation and lasting into maintenance. We can help the conception process by lending your our wealth of experience and knowledge, creating innovative design solutions where needed to help maximise the potential of your garden space. We understand companion planting, which will ensure tasty flavours and decrease the likelihood of pests.

Beautiful…. and tasty!
Edible gardens bring beautiful greenery to your lawn as well as a food source that you control. Courtyard herb gardens are excellent, useful additions to any home. Oftentimes an herb garden is a medical necessity for good health. Vegetable gardens provide fresher, healthier ingredients for your foods. Such gardens also allow you to go organic, controlling what you put into your body by electing to not use pesticides and the like. Environmentally conscious people find such gardens to be the best option for sustainable living.

Edible Education
Edible gardens have their place in education. Small gardens teach children about the life cycles of plants. Teachers find they provide a great way to engage children and teach them about sustainability and long term care. Plus, cafeterias love getting the end result!

Outstanding Orchards
No matter what size available, you too can have your own small, hobby orchard! We can both plant and pot trees, whether they are dwarf or full size. With a wide range of fruit trees available there is sure to be a favourite for you.

If you feel it is time to expand your sustainable living into your own garden or orchard, or you require a garden design Melbourne for a school or other commercial purpose, then contact someone who can help!

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