Joined 9 years ago from Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia
An avid gardener for many years Helen Sampson has designed and created both floral and food gardens. A passion for reducing food miles, sustainable food production, seed saving and locavore eating, combine with experience, education and enthusiasm to bring you articles which are practical, down to earth and achievable in your own growing and eating space.
A qualified permaculturist and long time farmers' market supporter, Helen advocates for plot to plate gardening and sustainable food practices.
If you enjoy her writing here, then check out Helen's recently published book "How to Grow Low Cost Organic Veggies" available from Smashwords.com or Amazon.com.
5 months ago
Without pollination (and bees), you will gain little more than a suntan from your gardening efforts. Here are 10 bee-friendly plants to consider.
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