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Wanderlust

Kim and Benjamin Taylor’s Garden first appeared at Creative Harvest when it was just a year old. Kim is the primary gardener and designer of this (now) three-year-old garden. Wanderlust is small but prolific. Kim is setting up a community ‘seedling bank’ to share their excess seedlings.

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In our food garden

The no-dig method has allowed us to produce food quickly, and this year we are self-sufficient in garlic! I love growing garlic because it’s easy and stores all year round. I harvested 100 heads of garlic this year, and I’m planning for more next year!

Besides garlic and veggies, our garden has enough flowers to attract beneficial insects.

Standout sustainable practices

I use Permaculture Principles (PP) and no-dig methods to build our garden. Thanks to PP, we don’t need chemicals to control the bad bugs.

Top tip for novice gardeners

Make compost and watch as many gardening shows as you can. Focus on your success, not failures.

Look out for

For a small garden, there are many "rooms" to visit and enjoy.

For sale on the day

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Mint - Versatile, prone to run wild and flourish when pruned.

2 Red Hill Court, Neerim South

The garden is in a court, so be mindful of where to park.

There are 4 steps to access the garden and a steep ramp that a wheelchair can use. But please note that the garden is not specifically designed for wheelchair access.

Wheelchair Access, Creative Harvest
Wheelchair Access, Creative Harvest
Coffee, Creative Harvest
Coffee, Creative Harvest
Dogs on a leash, Creative Harvest
Dogs on a leash, Creative Harvest
Bathroom Facilities, Creative Harvest
Bathroom Facilities, Creative Harvest
Picnic Spaces, Creative Harvest
Picnic Spaces, Creative Harvest
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Creatives joining us in the garden
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