Wednesday 6th July 2022 - 7:00pm
Learn how to use the growitlocal.com website tour and hear about our community vision in this session hosted by Grow It Local cofounder Darryl Nichols. This forum is available to all members across Australia and will further include a Q&A session.
Please post any queries you might have into the 'comments' section on the registration page. Thanks!
We'd love to hear any feedback and ideas for things you'd like to see from Grow It Local into the future.
Cheers and hope to see you there !
Saturday 16th July 2022 - 3:00pm
Cocktail lovers, this one’s for you! In this AMA you will learn everything you need to know about growing a garden filled with ingredients to make all the tastiest cocktails. From basil infused vodka to lemon grass swizzle sticks, minty mojitos and lavender G&Ts, our gardens can provide us with everything we need to make Friday afternoon drinks extra delicious, infinitely more interesting and - most important - grown local!
Join in to find out what trees, shrubs, flowers and herbs you can grow at home to take your cocktail gardening game to the next level!
Register now for this exclusive, live digital session.
Saturday 13th August 2022 - 2:30pm
Starting from scratch on your deciduous fruit tree journey, learn how to prepare, prune, plant and look after your trees to increase your success.
This session will cover:
• Choosing the right location to for multiple benefits (cooling your home, food production, community building).
• Soil Preparation
• Pruning before you plant
• Planting for success
• How to care for your trees
Chris Day from Every Day Sustainable Living and Cockatoo Creek Farm has been growing food and actively participating in, and teaching, permaculture and sustainable living since early 2000. With a focus on productive edible landscapes in urban, rural and community settings, he designs and installs gardens to suit the individual site and client. He is passionate about the actions we can do together to regenerate community and the environment, for current and future generations.
This workshop is proudly supported by Green Adelaide and is contributing to Adelaide National Park City.
Saturday 17th September 2022 - 3:00pm
Did you know that the 'salad' was first popularized way back in the Roman Empire. It first appeared in the form of raw leafy vegetables covered in salty, oily dressing (the word salad comes from sal, the Latin word for salt).
Back in those early salad eating days (circa 1st century CE), ancient Romans gathered and layered raw vegetables, drizzling vinegar, oil, and herbs over top to create the world's first salad.
Whilst salads evolved and became increasingly complexity through the ages the original Roman version - the garden salad - retained its simplicity and still lives with us today, largely unchanged.
And with lettuce prices the way they have been lately, it’s time to take matters into your own hands! Never Pay $45 for a lettuce again? Well, maybe you never paid $45 for a lettuce in the first place, but that doesn’t change the fact that growing your own lettuce is super easy, takes up hardly any space and will have you out in the patch, picking your own fresh salad in no time.
Join leafanatic and salad lover, Paul West as he shows you how you can easily grow your own lettuce leaves and make an ancient garden salad no matter how much space you have!
Register now for this free, live and exclusive session!
Saturday 29th October 2022 - 3:00pm
Herbs are among some of the easiest and most attractive plants to cultivate in the garden. Herbal teas can actively improve our health and ease the symptoms of common conditions such as anxiety and digestive problems.
In this highly practical session Casey Lister (@gardeningwithcaseyjoy) will introduce a variety of herbs you can grow to make delicious herbals teas at home regardless of your time, space or skills.
Saturday 12th November 2022 - 3:00pm
Join us for this super special session with the queen of composting Compostable Kate as she talks us through the ten commandments of composting as a means to reduce your food waste and enhance your edible garden.
Compost is an edible gardeners best friend, it enriches the soil, helps retain moisture and suppress plant diseases and pests. Compost reduces the need for chemical fertilizers and encourages the production of beneficial bacteria and fungi that break down organic matter to create humus, a rich nutrient-filled material.
Register for this exclusive, live session with the forever inspiring @compostable.kate
Checkout @compostable.kate on instagram
Saturday 10th December 2022 - 3:00pm
Every year, when Christmas rolls around, are you left scratching your head about what to get your nearest and dearest? Poor old dad, socks again, really? What about aunty Margaret, do you really think that she wants another scented candle? This Christmas, give gifts from the heart, AKA gifts from the patch.
In this workshop, internationally renowned radical gift giver, Paul West will inspire you to get creative this silly season with a selection of simple gifts that are guaranteed to have you immediately elevated to favourite child / parent / relative / colleague status
Register and join Paul for this exclusive free, live session
$0.00 - VIC, City of Ballarat
Peppermint, common mint. Rooted pieces for growing, leaves for tea.
Dig up a bit of Comfrey root to get it going at your place. It's chook greens, compost activator and one tough plant.
Hollyhock seeds grown pesticides free in our gardens. Colours are mixed white, lilac, and pink
Very easy to grow traditional cottage garden favourite!
They grow 1.5 - 2 meters high. excellent against the fence
Look up the medicinal properties of this amazing cottage flower.
We include 50 seeds per pack - mixed colours.
Healthy Australian lemon myrtle plants
Pick up at Moorebank
Spray free Micro Greens and Baby Leaf.
Homegrown mushrooms. Depending on the time of year I will have:
- oyster mushrooms
- lions mane
- king oyster
Get in contact to see what I’m growing!
Honey produced in Hay Point. Honey is raw and is different depending on the season.
Strong fishy flavour - good for Vietnamese cooking. Cost is for a few leaves, you won’t need much.
Chocolate hint of flavour, feel free to transplant in your own garden. Delicious in desserts or fruit and yoghurt.
Very spicy! Red and green available.
Beautiful aromatic and rich flavour.
Bag of LIMES (8 per bag) - freshly picked.
Get inspired by seeing who’s growing locally & what's under cultivation.
Connect with local growers to learn and share knowledge, expertise, produce, recipes and more.
Get down with local food experiences that celebrate local produce, growers, chefs & like-minded eating establishments.