Want to grow your own nutritious organic food garden?
Whether you grow in containers or a garden, it can be overwhelming trying to figure it all out. Who wants to waste time, money and energy only to experience disappointment?
Imagine growing healthy, healing foods you can enjoy every day, while reducing food waste and living more sustainably. With a little help, good planning and design – even in a small space, you can maximise your enjoyment and edible rewards.
If you’re a beginner or just want to get better at growing an edible garden, I can help you avoid mistakes, disappointing results, pests and diseases, a weed-filled garden and other common problems.
This website is designed to help you take shortcuts, so you can learn to grow healthy, nutrient-dense food quickly and easily. I invite you to watch this video to learn more.
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Want to dig a little deeper into growing a sustainable, productive and healthy edible garden? Looking for helpful resources, books, DVDs and gardening guides?
I’ve created and curated a range of sustainable and economical products and services to help you build your knowledge about herbs, microgreens and sprouts, making your own potting and seed raising mixes, moon planting, worm farming, strawbale gardens and much more.
If you need personalised one-on-one help, I also offer on-site visits and online chat services to help you design your space, troubleshoot frustrating problems and fast track your garden goals for success.
Guide to Using Kitchen Herbs for Health
One of the easiest ways to start your food garden is to begin with a few fresh herbs. They not only provide you with delicious flavours in your meals, but also aid digestion and can help support a healthy immune system.
Herbs like basil, parsley, chives, garlic, rosemary and oregano have SO many uses to boost health too. In my latest book, I guide you with actionable step-by-step instructions to plan your space, create healthy soil, and learn to grow, harvest, store and use 25 common edible herbs indoors and out.
I promise it’s a fun read as you discover ‘plant parenting’ skills to boost your confidence ‘raising herb kids’ and using herbs daily.
This reference guide is easy-to-follow for beginners, but also packed with a wealth of information for experienced gardeners to deep dive into plant profiles, recipes, remedies and research, so you can layer your learning over time.
What is Micro Gardening?
“Micro gardening is the practice of intensively food ‘farming’ in containers and well-designed, small urban spaces. Micro gardens are designed to be highly productive; energy and space efficient; sustainable; affordable; and grown in healthy living soil.” – Anne Gibson
In 2007 I was renting a suburban house. It only had a tiny space to grow a food garden. I was recovering from cancer, so was highly motivated to design a mini urban ‘farm’. I needed fresh nutrient-dense food to boost my health and immune system. I wanted to intensively grow a diverse variety of food crops in highly productive pots. I starting thinking about creative solutions to maximise space. I began looking at my garden space through a new micro ‘lens.’ Read more …