Archive for June, 2021

How to grow kiwiberries

How to grow kiwi berries

Kiwi Berries known as ‘cold hardy kiwi’ fruit, are the miniature cousins of the familiar fuzzy brown kiwi. They can be referred to as kiwi berries, kiwi grapes, or baby kiwis. The kiwi berry (Actinidia arguta) is thought to be a forerunner of its larger cousin the kiwifruit. Kiwiberries have an appealing sweet flavour with a fine and delicate tangy finish.

June 30, 2021 | 0 Comments More
Growing blackberries

How to grow blackberries

Blackberries (Rubus canadensis) are amazing to eat fresh from the bush or is you have a large supply homemade blackberry jam is a must. In Western Australian bush land in the South West it is not uncommon to find blackberries growing along creeks and coastal planes.

June 28, 2021 | 1 Comment More
Bridgetown WA Things to do

Things to do in Bridgetown Western Australia

If you’re looking for the best things to do in Bridgetown Western Australia, this insiders’s guide also provides tips on the when to visit Bridgetown, how to get to Bridgetown, and where to stay in Bridgetown.

June 13, 2021 | 0 Comments More
Growing kale in Perth

How to grow kale

Known as a superfood and a nutritional powerhouse, kale is often referred to as the queen of greens. In Perth it can be grown for most of the year, however it easiest to grow over winter, when it is more naturally ‘in season’. 

June 12, 2021 | 0 Comments More
Growing artichoke in Perth

How to grow artichokes

Artichokes are easy to grow in Perth’s Mediterranean climate and that also make great feature plants. There are two main types of artichoke commonly grown in Perth. The Jerusalem Artichoke is a type of sunflower and the tuber is eaten. The Globe Artichoke is part of the daisy family and the flower bud of the plant is eaten.

June 8, 2021 | 0 Comments More
Growing bearded iris in Australia

How to grow bearded iris in Australia

Bearded Iris (Iris x germanica) also known as Rainbow Iris or Flag Iris is an evergreen perennial rhizome. It comes from the Iridaceae family and originated in southern and central Europe. Bearded Iris grows best in the south-west of Western Australia as it enjoys cooler climates.

June 7, 2021 | 0 Comments More