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Designing Your Edible Garden in Small Spaces
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Designing Your Edible Garden in Small Spaces

With the current cost of living, it’s no wonder that building an edible garden is rising. Not only is growing your fruits and vegetables great for your health and your wallet, but it has a positive effect on your mental health. However, many of us live in smaller spaces nowadays where space can be a limitation for growing our tomatoes.

When it comes to turning your small garden space into a flourishing edible garden, there are plenty of possibilities to make your dream a reality. Even with a small balcony, tiny courtyard, or a modest backyard, you can establish a garden that provides fresh, homegrown produce. Read on as we, the experts at Brisbane Soils look at the best tips for designing functional edible gardens in small spaces.

Autumn Harvest: How to Grow Your Own Vegetables | Soil Preparation
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A Guide to Growing Your Own Autumn Vegetables

As the summer heat fades and the cool autumn breeze rolls in, it’s time to start planning your vegetable garden for the cooler months ahead. In Queensland, autumn is an ideal time to grow a variety of vegetables as our intense heat subsides for a few months and allows our winter vegetables to thrive.

With some garden planning and soil preparation, you can grow a bountiful harvest of delicious vegetables in your own backyard. Here’s a guide to Queensland’s autumn harvest and how to grow your own fresh vegetables.

5 Tips for Building a Sustainable Garden
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5 Tips for Building a Sustainable Garden

Planning your landscaping can be an overwhelming process regardless if you are building a garden from scratch or re-doing an existing garden. However, if you do your research, building a sustainable garden is not only beneficial for the environment, but it can also save you time and money in the long run. Utilizing mother nature by planning your garden effectively reduces your need for water and expensive and harmful pest control.

Furthermore, by using eco-friendly practices, you can create a healthy and thriving garden that encourages visitors from your local wildlife and reduces your carbon footprint. So how do you build a sustainable garden? Read on for five tips for building a sustainable garden that you can implement today.

What Is A Rain Garden And How Does It Work? | Eco-friendly landscaping
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What Is A Rain Garden And How Does It Work?

If you live in an area that is prone to heavy rainfalls or storms like Brisbane, or if a particular area in your yard is often waterlogged, a rain garden is a fantastic way of bringing in more eco-friendly landscaping whilst managing excess water.

A rain garden is a depressed area that collects rainwater during storms or heavy rainfall and then filters it through plants and soil before the water is released. It’s an easy way to make your gardening more sustainable and increase your local wildlife habitat!

Learn the benefits and basics of rain gardens below!

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