Organic Veggies

Home Gardening Helps Save Our Environment

I am not suggesting that I am doing everything I can do to save our enviroment. However, I believe that many of us, when equipped with knowledge, will do the right thing. Growing veggies in your back garden and composting all green waste to make soil is a positive step to saving our enviroment. Also choosing to eat vegan style is a big help!

Sunflowers are beautiful

"If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, we would have no more than few years to live."

Growing sunflowers for their beauty is one thing but helping the bees survive is also a good reason.

The seeds are yummy roasted or you can just grow sunflower for the smiles.


Greg's Garden, Ulladulla NSW

It's Spring

Days are getting longer and the weather is warming up because the Earth tilts relative to its orbital plane around the Sun.

Many trees are blossoming and early flowers are pushing through the soil.

King Stropharia Mushrooms

Stropharia rugosoannulata, commonly known as the "wine cap" or "King stropharia", is an agaric of the family Strophariaceae found in Europe and North America, and introduced to Australia and New Zealand. I started with one spore packet and now I keep it going each year by propagating the mycelium.

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Greg's Garden, Ulladulla NSW
Greg's Garden, Ulladulla NSW


Greg Cogar

You must know by now that I really enjoy growing organic veggies. My wife Elsie is a fabulous cook so yummy and healthy food is a given.

Creating an organic garden and maintaining it is something everybody should try if they get a chance.

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