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  • Coaching | All You Can Eat Gardens
    Estimate About Us Contact Us Coaching Composting It s difficult to overstate the importance of good aerobic compost for growing vigorous healthy plants The process is often a mystery for the average gardener who dumps their food scraps and random prunings in a black bin in the back corner of the yard If your compost is slimey smelly cold or attracting rodents or maggots then there are some things to learn that will make a big difference to your garden Finished compost should be chocolate brown smell sweet and earthy and feel like fine bread crumbs All You Can Eat Gardens can deliver materials to your door and make a cubic meter or larger compost heap with you so you get practice while picking our brains The best thing is you are left with a great compost for a price comparible to the bagged material you buy from nurseries delivered We ll even give you easy to understand written instructions and information about how to make manage and use compost Ask for a quote today Bays are easiest but compost can be made in a cage You can make high quality compost like this 4 Easy Steps 1 Consult Consultation

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  • Galleries | All You Can Eat Gardens
    Farm Project This edible garden is at the end of a long block and almost 100 square meters in size It receives plenty of light not much flooding and has good soil The client wanted some raised vegetable beds fruit trees and chickens There were existing lavender hedges and a terracotta urn that had to be incorporated into the design Graceville Project 1 This was a comprehensive project involving a

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  • Graceville Project 1 | All You Can Eat Gardens
    and entertaining space for the client to enjoy Later on we installed an irrigation system and we continue to maintain the garden Mulching palm fronds The material is used to build up the soil Fixing an access issue by moving a curb and repaving the area Completed paving Over time the difference in colour will become less noticeable Preparing formwork and reinforcing for the rainwater tank s concrete slab Making concrete for the rainwater tank s slab Pond under construction Finished rainwater tank on concrete slab Leaf eater first flush diverter and plumbing to rainwater tank Rainwater tank inlet and overflow Garden tap on rainwater tank for filling buckets without using electricity Compacting roadbase for paths Completed path edging gravel to come Gravel paths complete French drain under construction for removing excess rainwater from the patio and hydrating the garden Concreting gaps between the re arranged curbing Rock garden edging Pond planted out and developing its ecosystem Path network leading up to raised bed Cherry tomatoes on the vine Corn and cucumbers in a raised bed Tomatoes galore Clothes line area lined with herbs Some ornamental planting was included Pond maturing Second french drain under construction to take excess storm

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  • Graceville Project 2 | All You Can Eat Gardens
    involved following the client s brief and adding some improvements to harvest rainwater It included paving bed preparation and turf installation Paving in progress Andy laying the soldier course Filling between the soldier course and path with the Herringbone pattern Laying turf inside the sandstone garden edging Silt trap installed to provide adquate drainage and keep the soak pits clear 4 Easy Steps 1 Consult Consultation and concept 2 Design

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  • New Farm Project | All You Can Eat Gardens
    trees and chickens There were existing lavender hedges and a terracotta urn that had to be incorporated into the design Low herb beds under construction Brocolli and tomato Nesting box for the chickens Rear chicken run with a Tamarillo at the back A garden bench makes a nice place to sit Compost bin at the side Free range chickens help keep pests under control An enjoyable and productive garden Silverbeet

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  • Miscellaneous | All You Can Eat Gardens
    use Beetroots harvested from a container garden Constructing a pest proof garden bed in St Lucia using some on site salvaged materials Completed pest proof veggie garden Installing a custom made raised bed for a client in Moorooka Raised bed planted out with herbs and veggies No dig gardens planted with green manure to improve the soil No dig gardens planted with colourful flowers for predator attraction bee forage and

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  • Receive an obligation-free estimate! | All You Can Eat Gardens
    costs involved Consult Design Realise Nurture We aim to answer all online queries within 48 hours Name Address Email Phone Interested in Ornamental plants Earthworks Beekeeping Chickens Earthworms Pond or dam Fish aquaculture Vegetables Fruit trees Lawn Compost soil improvement Mulch Raised garden beds General landscaping Maintenance Other How did you hear about us optional None Word of mouth Online search Google Yahoo Bing etc Online referral link from another

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  • About Us | All You Can Eat Gardens
    without having to go to the supermarket All You Can Eat Diversity Variety is the spice of life and health Our designs include plants and animals that you may not have considered some with productivity far higher than those traditionally grown in Australian back yards Challenge your tastebuds and broaden your culinary creations with some unusual fruit trees herbs and vegetables Treat common ailments and improve your memory with easy to grow herbs Rich gardens with many different interacting species are productive and resilient to weather and pest attack All You Can Eat Equality Everyone deserves access to delicious and nutritious food and we aim to provide low cost options for families with limited means With good food children s learning and development is optimised and our bodies develop to their potential Healthy food is the best insurance policy and promotes productive lives As everyone shares their surplus and takes care of those in need we create an equitable society In the media Brisbane Times article 24th June 2011 Map magazine interview with Tim August 2011 4ZZZ Eco Radio Interview with Tim 2nd August 2011 49MB mp3 West Side News Feature October 2011 Brisbane News Corner Store Cafe Review October 5 11 2011 ABC Radio Interview with Spencer Howser 14th October 2011 3 6MB mp3 4BC Radio Interview with Mary and Chris 14th October 2011 3 3MB mp3 4ZZZ Eco Radio Interview with Tim Auld and Erin Young on food security 22nd February 2012 63MB mp3 Interview with Varanasi Estate on Beekeeping 29th February 2012 Article in The Redland Times about Redlands Organic Growers Inc South Side News Honeybee Biosecurity March 2013 Gladstone Ecofest Elders Greenhouse 2nd June 2013 About Tim Auld A rural upbringing provided Tim with respect for the environment and interest in agriculture his father being a

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