Zucchini Cannelloni Bake

Zucchini Cannelloni Bake

Have enough home grown Zucchini to feed a village? Try this delicious Zucchini Cannelloni Bake. It will not disappoint!

Ingredients:

500g beef mince<…

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Spinach, Leek and Feta Roll

Spinach, Leek and Feta Roll

Looking for creative ways to use up your home grown greens? Try this delicious Spinach, Leek and Feta Roll. 

Ingredients:

4 cups Chard (Silverbe…

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Baked Zucchini and Kale Fritters

Baked Zucchini and Kale Fritters

Here at The Home Garden, we have teamed up with exceptional cook Margaret Pahos from Create Cook Share to provide you with delicious ways to use your produce. 

Baked Zucchini and Ka…

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Gardening Without A Garden

Gardening Without A Garden

Dreaming of an edible garden but don’t have much space to work with? That’s OK, you don’t even need a garden to start gardening! Keep reading for some great tips on how to garden…

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Growing Blueberries

Growing Blueberries

Have you ever thought about growing your own Blueberries? Blueberries are so incredibly nutrient rich that they have been classed as a Superfood. Loaded with …

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Growing Watermelon

Growing Watermelon

Watermelon is an attractive annual vine that produces sweet refreshing fruit. Being a warm season crop, it requires warm temperatures and a full sun position (a minimum of 6-8 …

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Growing Basil

Growing Basil

Basil is an attractive herb that comes in many varieties, including Sweet Basil, Spicy Globe, Holy Basil, Perennial Basil and Purple Basil. Basil varieties differ in shape, colour and flavour and …

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Growing Zucchini

Growing Zucchini

Zucchini is one of the most productive warm season crops that you can grow at home. These plants produce an abundance of edible flowers and fruit which can be used in a range of dishes from savory…

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Growing Chilli

Growing Chilli

Chilli plants are small to medium sized shrubs that are grown worldwide for their culinary use. These short lived perennials enjoy growing in warm temperatures. While the plants des…

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Seasonal Planting

Seasonal Planting

Most crops are seasonal, meaning they will grow best at certain times of the year and will either die off or stop producing at the end of that season. Planting seedlings and sowing seeds…

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Growing Cucamelon

Growing Cucamelon

Melothria Scabra, commonly known as Cucamelon, is a vining plant which produces extremely cute edible fruit that tastes like cucumber, with a hint of lime. This grape sized fruit closely rese…

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Oregano and Thyme Pizzas

Oregano and Thyme Pizzas

Oregano and Thyme are attractive, low maintenance plants that grow abundantly. Along with their delicious leaves, these plants produce stunning, edible flowers that are perfect for attracting…

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Small Scale Gardening

Small Scale Gardening

Don’t have enough space around your home, or simply don’t have the time or energy to start up a vegetable garden? That’s Ok! Container Gardening or Small Scale Gardening is a gre…

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Edible Flowers and Herbs

Edible Flowers and Herbs

Edible flowers and herbs are a great addition to your home garden. Not only do they look and smell amazing but they also boast an array of benefits, including benefits to your health, the suc…

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Designing Your Edible Garden

Designing Your Edible Garden

Building a garden is a very rewarding experience and edible gardens in particular are a point of pride to most gardeners. Edible gardens can be designed to suit any style or ability and shoul…

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Tomato Growing Tips

Tomato Growing Tips

When thinking about homegrown produce, you can't quite go past the humble Tomato! Tomatoes are one of the most satisfying crops to grow, providing an abundance of fruit in very little space. N…

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Why Grow Your Own?

Why Grow Your Own?

Growing your own food has many health benefits both physically and mentally. The nutrients you receive from eating home grown produce are second to none. Being amongst nature is also great for the…

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Okra Growing Tips

Okra Growing Tips

Okra is a delicious vegetable that is very popular in Middle Eastern, Indian and African cuisines, just to name a few. 

Okra is related to the Hibiscus plant and while grown for its…

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Get Creative With Pomegranate

Get Creative With Pomegranate

Pomegranate is a delicious, antioxidant rich food with powerful medicinal properties. It's also a low maintenance plant that grows well in small spaces and is perfect for beginner gardene…

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Growing Banana Peppers

Growing Banana Peppers

Besides their cute factor, Banana Peppers are pretty easy to grow! These short lived perennials enjoy growing in warm temperatures, and while the plants despise cold weather they ca…

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Home-Made Tea

Home-Made Tea

There is nothing quite like a soothing cup of tea, especially after a long day, and with so many tea combinations hitting supermarket shelves, it’s pretty tempting to want to try them all.. …

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Help Your Garden Survive A Heat Wave

Help Your Garden Survive A Heat Wave

To help your garden survive a heat wave, it’s important to do the following:  

Water in the early morning or evening. This allows the water to better penetrate the soil a…

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