Market’s tips for planting, growing and nurturing your garden this winter
Our autumn tips for planting, growing and nurturing your garden
“Waste is only waste if we waste it,” says Will.i.am, activist and founder of the Black Eyed Peas. So we’re turning waste into fresh taste to help fight climate change
It’s often city people supporting farmers in times of floods, fire and drought, but this time the tables were turned.
One of the main strawberry suppliers to Harris Farm Markets, Sunny Ridge packs an amazing 250,000 punnets each year
Ever wondered lately, as you’re strolling down the local fruit and veg aisle, why some bananas suddenly appear to be wearing little red skirts?
Grown in WA’s picturesque Pemberton region, Delcado avocados hang on trees for twice as long as other varieties. It’s this laid-back pace that has sealed their reputation for a uniquely rich and nutty flavour
Winter is a great time to plant a fruit tree or two. We’re talking deciduous varieties here, such as apples, plums, apricots, cherries, peaches and nectarines
Short on space but want a productive garden? Then grow a few crops in pots at your place and enjoy the pleasure of picking something fresh you grew at home
Spring is a great time to plant a passionfruit vine, so it can establish itself over the warm months ahead
So it’s perfect you want? Well, time to think again. Because when you choose the crazies, the imperfect picks of fruit and vegies, Mother Nature smiles down on you with a great big thank you!