Archive for posts tagged with 'herbs'

Brisbane Organic Growers Annual Fair

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Brisbane Organic Growers Annual Fair

The 29th Brisbane Organic Growers Annual Fair is on at Peace Hall in Windsor on 30 August. There'll be a huge…

2015 Garden Expo

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2015 Garden Expo

Over 35,000 garden enthusiasts from across Australia and New Zealand are expected to pass through the gates of this…

Why did my herb garden fail?

In the Garden

Why did my herb garden fail?

Where did you go wrong with your herb garden? Steer clear of these common gardening mistakes and you’ll have a healthy…

Autumn: Brisbane’s best planting season

In the Garden

Autumn: Brisbane’s best planting season

Cooler autumn days are the pick of veggie and herb planting conditions, writes Julie Thomson. Aaah Autumn: some of the…

Parsley Pesto

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Parsley Pesto

Instead of using basil, try using parsley to make a non-traditional pesto. This is one of my favourite recipes, develope…

Veggie patch –  How to grow your own

In the Garden

Veggie patch – How to grow your own

You don’t need to be a health fanatic to love the idea of having your own organic space for a veggie patch. If you’ve…

Beetroot, walnut & herb dip with pitta crisps

Recipes

Beetroot, walnut & herb dip with pitta crisps

A colourful dip to brighten any snack or appetizer spread. This dip is perfect for the summer months, it's light quick…

Agnello primavera – a great way to enjoy spring lamb

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Agnello primavera – a great way to enjoy spring lamb

Tony Percuoco, chef/owner at Tartufo in the Valley’s Emporium precinct, shares his favourite recipe for spring lam…

D.I.Y raised garden beds

In the Garden

D.I.Y raised garden beds

Queensland’s climate allows for raised garden that require less maintenance as the garden beds warm quicker. If…

Mount Tamborine Country Markets

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Mount Tamborine Country Markets

The Mount Tamborine Country Markets are held on the 2nd Sunday of each month at the Tamborine Mountain Showgrounds.…