Growing our own salad and herbs in a small space gives us the biggest reward for our time and effort in the garden. By focussing on what is best fresh and what costs the most to buy, we get the satisfaction of eating homegrown every day. Small can mean selective, succulent and successful. There’s lots to learn and lots to like about gardening this way.
Growing close to your kitchen
Choosing herbs and leaves we like
What to grow each season
Do I start with seeds or seedlings?
A Sustainable Backyards 'bite-sized' workshop. 90 minutes of inspiration to get your garden growing. Although these workshops are free thanks to sponsorship from Hastings District Council, please register via Eventfinda to secure your place, but only if you are definitely going to attend. Numbers are limited, no door sales.
For more information, contact Rachel Knight at Rachel@thekitchengarden.co.nz or call 021 172 5635
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