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Your Patch Organic on Channel 7’s “My Garden Your Garden”

Your Patch was recently featured on an episode of Channel 7’s “My Garden Your Garden” If you missed it click on this link to view the segment As part of this program, Your Patch ran a competition for one lucky viewer to win a fully installed Edible Garden bed with the additional bonus of 6 […]

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Now is the time to plant Garlic

Growing Garlic – now is the time to plant

Garlic is one of the oldest grown plants and has antiseptic and antibiotic qualities as well as being full of vitamins, minerals and great to boost immunity. No wonder that it has been used and grown for thousands of years. So much of the garlic sold in Australian shops is imported and this means that […]

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Publicity for Your Patch

In recent months Your Patch has been on the publicity trail. As a result Tim has been inundated with Autograph requests! Seriously though, Your Patch is on a mission to raise the Company Profile and increase awareness of the benefits of Organic gardening. You may have seen Tim’s recent appearance on Today Tonight and the […]

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Beans are the Party Animals of the Garden

Beans go with so many wonderful flavours its hard to know where to start. They sizzle so well with butter or olive oil and garlic. They party with nuts like almonds, peanuts, cashews, pine nuts and walnuts. Beans are happy to be seen with herbs like parsley, chives and mint. Our family got hooked on […]

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Lettuce Give Thanks

November is a wonderful time for lettuce. It’s warmer but still not too hot. I think it is worth having an organic vegetable patch just for the bliss of being able to pick lettuce fresh for your salad each evening. If you take a few leaves from the outside the lettuce keeps producing. Having several […]

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Strawberries for the Picking

What can be more fun than finding a big fat ripe strawberry ready for the picking? The colour and flavour of your home grown organic strawberries will remind you why organic produce is just so popular these days. When I was a child my grandmother stewed strawberries and then set them into a jelly – […]

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Pass the Homegrown Peas Please

I have vivid memories of my grandmother shelling peas for dinner. It is unlikely that many children today would have ever seen such a thing. It is lovely to shell peas with children. They enjoy the smell and the sweetness of fresh garden peas. It is so much fun to pop open the pod and […]

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Time to Enjoy your Organic Carrots

It is hard not to be impressed with carrots as you pull them up. Like everything grown in your own garden there is something remarkable in harvesting a beautiful vegetable grown from seed. Before organic produce really took off great numbers of people had already worked out that supermarket carrots tasted like soap. The carrots […]

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Growing Pumpkins in Small Gardens

Some YourPatch gardeners are keen to get organic pumpkin growing. But unless you have a large enough area, it just doesn’t work.   Pumpkins are born to travel.  They love to roam over fences into neighbours gardens and given half the chance they will take over the neighbourhood.  Every one loves the idea of growing […]

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