HOME GROWN An Australian Vegetable Garden


There can be few pleasures greater than picking home
grown vegetables from your own garden.
Master gardener David Glenn takes you on a tour around
his kitchen garden showing how to be self-sufficient
in vegetables. From asparagus to zucchini David Glenn
grows enough produce to feed himself, his wife artist
Criss Canning and their large extended family.
David’s vegetable garden, set in the world renowned
Lambley Nursery Gardens in Central Victoria, is as
beautiful as it is productive. Even though the climate
can be very difficult with temperatures ranging from
-8C to 45C. Frosts can occur as early as mid-April and
as late as mid-November.
Whether you have a large country property or a small
city garden this magnificent two DVD set shows how,
with a little dedication, the keen home gardener can
have an incredibly productive kitchen garden.

Duration 175 minutes

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