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Our gardens can bring us closer to understanding the ecosystems that underpin life on this planet and how to live in harmony with the earth. By creating a beautiful, efficient and productive garden in your home, you can learn the rhythms of nature and our humble role in it. So how can we let our green thumbs play and align our gardens to the sustainable path?
Grow an Indigenous Garden
Growing indigenous and endemic plants in your backyard helps extend remnant patches of native fauna, attracts wildlife to your garden and conserves biodiversity. So get your hands dirty and enjoy the rewards.
Grow Your Own Food
Want to taste really fresh food that's good for you and the planet? Get into gardening in your own backyard.
Nurture and Conserve Biodiversity
Create an urban refuge for local biodiversity and enjoy the visual elements, the sounds and serenity of nature in your own backyard.
Water Efficient Gardening
With less rainfall and hotter weather predicted in the coming decades, we need to go with the limited flow and create a wonderful water-wise garden.
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Page Last Updated: 25 October 2012