Winter 2011 Issue of Sprout is Out Now with PermaCultured Planting Guide

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The latest issue of Sprout Magazine, titled “A BREADUCATION”, just hit the shelves a couple of weeks ago, and with this arrived my complementary copy. Magazine’s publisher and editor Diane Jardine is incredibly warm and wonderful, and she always forwards me a copy, when there is an article I’ve written. This time it was a “Winter Planting Guide” (if you would like to see the pages of the article, please click the images below).

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Sprout Magazine Double Feature! PermaCultured articles on Natural Pest Control and Autumn Planting Guide

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The current issue of Sydney’s local Sprout Magazine (Autumn 2011) included two articles written by PermaCultured author Tatyana Temirbulatova. This is very exciting, thanks to everyone at Sprout for supporting “the permaculture way”. 🙂

Fun fact! The cover image of the Pest Control article (the one with the chives) was taken on a beautiful sunny morning at Milkwood Permaculture farm. It was a spontaneous photo, without any big plans for fame and glory, but here it is…on a full-colour page in a magazine. Yay! Continue reading Sprout Magazine Double Feature! PermaCultured articles on Natural Pest Control and Autumn Planting Guide

PermaCultured Planting Guide Featured in Sprout Magazine!

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Exciting news! Sydney’s local Sprout Magazine ran our planting guide feature in its Summer 2010 issue. Click on the images below to get the full scoop!

Thanks to Kirsten Bradley of Milkwood Permaculture for getting us in touch and Diane Jardine of Sprout for publishing it.

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How to feed 3 adults for 20 dollars and help local farms

It’s a sunny mild morning in Sydney, a perfect day for a leisurely stroll to the local farmer’s market. While waiting for our free-range eggs and bacon to be lovingly prepared, I took a walk around the Taylor Square markets to chat with local sellers, and I came upon this emerging gem.

Rebecca Morgan, creator of Gourmand du Morgan
Rebecca Morgan, creator of Gourmand du Morgan

Rebecca Morgan is the “hands and heart” behind Courmand du Morgan, a company that prepares gourmet locally-sourced meals and delivers them to your door step. What a fantastic alternative to take-out!

Below are my top 5 reasons why you should think of Rebecca for your next take-out meal: Continue reading How to feed 3 adults for 20 dollars and help local farms

What to plant in June: 12 easy-to-grow vegetables to plant around Sydney (temperate zone)

It’s beginning of winter in Sydney, but planting in the garden continues. Below is a list of cool-season vegetables that can be planed June. I received this list in a newsletter from Gardenate and then enhanced it by adding photos and my own tips.

1. Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)

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Where: grow in seed trays and plant out in 4-6 weeks
Harvest: August – October Continue reading What to plant in June: 12 easy-to-grow vegetables to plant around Sydney (temperate zone)