What to Plant in June

This is the first day of winter and this is the first planting guide of the season. The following is a list of vegetables that you can plant in June in Sydney, a temperate zone (just click on the link for the growing guide for each vegetable). Beans Cabbage seedlings Garlic Kale seedlings Lettuce Mustard greens Onion Peas Radish Snow Peas Strawberry plants Plant of … Continue reading What to Plant in June

Chicken and Vegetable Pockets

Chicken breast fillets can be moist and delicious if they are given loving care when cooked. In this recipe a delicious vegetable filling makes these little pockets of chicken the centre of attention, tender and tasty with the jus from the long, slow cooking. A mix of small broccoli and cauliflower florets, capsicum, green beans, tender young chard, onion, garlic and herbs form the flavour … Continue reading Chicken and Vegetable Pockets

Zucchini Chocolate and Nut Bundt Cake

The very first post on this site back in 2015 was dedicated to the abundance of zucchini that our community garden boasted and 3 zucchini recipes shared by gardener Deborah. https://granthamgarden.org/2015/10/26/recipes/ Today I returned to her lovely zucchini cake and thought I would make a chocolate version with walnuts and brandied fruit. The use of olive oil makes this cake very moist and the fruit … Continue reading Zucchini Chocolate and Nut Bundt Cake

A Tribute for Jackie

Today, we the Grantham Gardeners, pay tribute to our friend Jackie, a contributor to this site, who passed away recently. Jackie will be remembered by all who had the priviledge of knowing her, to be a strong and fiercely independent woman, active in public life, a loyal friend and a loving wife and mother. She was committed to sustainable living and care for the environment … Continue reading A Tribute for Jackie