Favourite Links, Books and ....

Favourite Links and Resources 

Below is a list of our favourite links, authors, books and whatever else comes to mind (note we are still building this page).

Eliot Coleman
For people who are interested in growing on a larger scale Coleman's books are great. Plenty of ideas in there for smaller gardeners as well but primarily for larger scale growers.

FIMBY                                        http://www.fimby.com.au/
Need help setting up a garden in Tasmania? Juliet and Christina are happy to help you get started and keep you running with their enthusiasim and knowledge. A great website with lots of info and foodie bits 'n bites (there are some great recipes on there).

Grow your own Food            http://www.growyourownfood.com.au/index.htm
Silke & Torsten Hartmann moved to southern Tasmania and set up a permaculture farm. Their site has an excellent source of ideas regarding vegetable gowing, orchards, poultry, recipes ... They discuss their crop rotations and provided a layout of their large growing areas.Astrantia major

Woodbridge Nursery           http://www.woodbridgenursery.com.au/
Dan and Zöe Magnus are full of knowledge and get up and go. They offer a great list of perennials, cottage flowers, medicinal plants, herbs, hedging plants, and natives that can be delivered direct to your door nation wide with Australia post.

Plant-A-Genda                      http://www.plantagenda.com.au/
Deni has come up with good way to keep your seeds organised for sowing/planting. Check out her website.

The Food Garden Group      http://foodgardengroup.blogspot.com.au/
A committed group of growers from southern Tasmania who like to share their ideas and skills on the blog and in person. They visit gardens to check out how others are going and share ideas (click the 'past visits' tab).

more to come......  :  )