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Do you dream of enjoying a day in the garden, harvesting food, picking flowers and having fun in the sun? BUT…a lack of motivation stops you from stepping out the door and heading to the garden? Many of us feel this way at times, and I have felt this way too, on many occasions. So, how do we motivate ourselves to get started with gardening tasks? I…
 
Welcome back to The Wellbeing Garden! After a few years away, I'm back in The Wellbeing Garden and have some fabulous ideas to inspire you to grow health in your garden. Most of my work now is in the field of Therapeutic Horticulture, and through Soil to Supper I deliver Therapeutic Gardening Programs to many people onsite in my community and onlin…
 
Gardening as therapy has been used for centuries to cultivate health and wellbeing for people of all ages and abilities. For many people, especially those living within dementia support units, access to outdoor spaces can be limited. Such an environment, where they have limited access to the outdoors, unable to enjoy gardening activities and a gene…
 
There’s a few things that give us gardeners grief and one of those are the weeds that run rampant through our garden areas! Weed control is an important part of nurturing a garden, as weeds that get out of hand can create long term problems in our own gardens and also in natural bush areas. We don’t want these unwanted plants (that’s all weeds are)…
 
It’s wonderful to grow veggies in your garden, but have you considered growing your own fresh fruit? Sweet, delicious fruits can be grown in any climate and any sized garden and it’s a joy to head outdoors and pick fresh berries, citrus, stone fruit or the vast array of fruits that are grown. This is a great way to introduce children to gardening a…
 
As gardeners, we find many common challenges within our gardens. Some are easy to fix and others need extra attention to overcome problems. In this ‘Simple Solutions’ Series, I provide quick and easy to follow solutions to the many common gardening problems and also share tips for avoiding hurdles to successful growing! In this episode I share a fe…
 
This episode is Part 4 in the Soil to Supper series and also part of the ‘Field Guide’ from the Soil to Supper Community If you haven’t already listened to the previous 3 episodes, you can access them here… Part 1 – Planning Your Dream Garden Part 2 - Creating Your Garden Spaces Part 3 - Growing Your Favourite Plants As your garden grows, you want …
 
This episode is part of the ‘Field Guide’ from the Soil to Supper Community and Part 3 in this podcast series. Listen to Part 1 – Planning Your Dream Garden – HERE and Part 2 - Creating Your Garden Spaces HERE. When your garden is ready you can then start growing your favourite plants! There’s a few easy and inexpensive ways to grow new plants in y…
 
This episode is Part 2 in this podcast series and part of the ‘Field Guide’, soon to be published in the Soil to Supper Community. Listen to Part 1 – Planning Your Dream Garden HERE. Once your new garden is planned you can start creating garden spaces to grow in. There are many ways to grow a sustainable garden. You can used raised garden beds, gar…
 
Starting with a clear plan for your new garden will save time and money in the long term. Building a garden is really exciting and once we’ve made a decision to start growing, most of us are ready with all the tools and equipment we think we need. But many people start adding soil and plants to gardens without actually planning where the garden sho…
 
Growing fresh herbs is a fantastic way to enjoy gardening, with the added bonus of health benefits and many uses. Herbs have been grown and used throughout history for centuries, and include culinary, healing, spiritual and decorative uses. In this episode I share a few simple ways to grow and enjoy fresh herbs from your garden, including; How to i…
 
Each month in the Soil to Supper Community I provide a Monthly Masterclass based on one of our weekly growing topics. A few months ago I covered this topic and thought it would be a great podcast episode, as many gardeners find pests in the garden! We’ll cover… Identifying garden pests What causes pest problems Integrated pest management Building a…
 
In the Back to Basics Series I’ll share the common basics for gardening, many of the gardening words and methods, equipment that’s used and ways to get started. This information is part of the ‘5 Steps to become a Savvy Gardener’ Online Course. In this episode I’m sharing some common growing methods that you’ll use in the garden. These are the fun,…
 
The benefits of gardening activities and a connection with nature have been documented since ancient times. Anyone who has enjoyed getting their hands in the dirt, body in the sunshine or even smelt a flower understands the complete joy in being outdoors. In this episode I’m joined by Anna Baker Cresswell, who is the Development Director of HighGro…
 
In this Back to Basics Series I’ll share the common basics for gardening, many of the gardening words and methods, equipment that’s used and ways to get started. This information is part of the ‘5 Steps to become a Savvy Gardener’ Online Course. In this episode, Part 1, I’ll share many common gardening words that you’ll come across in gardening inf…
 
Are you wanting simple solutions for common garden problems? Grow your garden successfully by following the easy methods I share in this episode. Earlier this year I spoke at an event and shared a checklist with tips for basic gardening methods and solutions to reduce many gardening problems. In this episode, I go step-by-step through the 25 Point …
 
Lack of time may be the number one thing that stops people from enjoying gardening, and it’s something I get asked about regularly. In episode 009 I share a few simple ways to grow food in small spaces, and mentioned that a lot time and space were two things most people thought was needed to grow a thriving garden…and maybe money too! But you don’t…
 
Gardeners and food producers know the fabulous satisfaction in harvesting and sharing fresh food from their gardens and farms. But at times we find an over-abundance of produce and want to share it with others. This is where Spare Harvest helps!! In this episode I’m joined by Helen Andrew, who established Spare Harvest after continuous years of exc…
 
Many people living in urban areas want to create edible gardens and grow healthy food, but think you need a LOT of space to grow. If this is you then you’ll love this episode! I want to share these easy methods with you as I enjoy growing this way, and although I live on a semi-rural property and have about 1 acre of space to grow, I don’t have the…
 
I’m always inspired by the work of many people in the gardening and wellbeing industries, and Steven Wells is someone who inspired me towards garden therapy. In this episode I’m joined by the wonderful Steven Wells, whose work has helped improved the health and wellbeing of many people through his rehabilitation gardening programs. Steven is a qual…
 
Most gardeners struggle with pests, weeds and other problems in the garden. In this episode I’ll share a few simple things to do to ensure your plants grow and your garden thrives. I’ll cover – Growing plants suitable for your climate Grow a mix of perennials and annuals Feed your fruit trees 4 times per year - http://soiltosupper.com/growing-gorge…
 
One of the things I love about growing food is eating it! But it’s always wonderful to chat with someone who knows so much about the health benefits of eating ‘real food’. In this episode I’m joined by the gorgeous Jane Hutton, The Functional Foodie. Jane is a holistic functional nutritionist, food and health writer, educator, and chef with a drivi…
 
Most of us struggle with the soil in our gardens. We find it too wet, too dry, unhealthy, lacking life AND our plants aren’t growing! In this episode I’ll share simple tips for understanding soil types, how to improve it and what to add to build a healthy layer of soil to grow a healthy garden. The good news is ALL soil types can be improved, even …
 
Through my studies in Horticulture and Permaculture Design I’ve gained skills to create amazing gardens, and through the years I’ve developed simple methods to save time and money! In this episode I share my simple methods for creating a new garden or for revamping existing gardens. Here’s the simple steps I’ve covered… When creating gardens the BE…
 
In this episode I’m chatting with the fabulous Toni Salter, also known as The Veggie Lady. Toni has a passion to see organic principles adopted by everyone, encouraging people to grow organic produce anywhere, whether it’s in their backyard, hospital rehabilitation centre, day programs for people with disabilities or even mental health and aged car…
 
Caring for our wellbeing allows us to live a healthy, happy and sustainable lifestyle. Connecting with nature nurtures our mind, body and soul. In this episode I’ll share simple ways to enjoy gardening to improve health and wellbeing, for yourself and others. We’ll look at the health benefits from connecting with nature and the fun things you can d…
 
Welcome to The Wellbeing Garden with host AND expert gardener, Cath Manuel. In this episode I'll share my journey from working in the Horticulture industry as a consultant and educator to training as a Horticultural Therapist and how I help people improve their wellbeing through gardening and growing food. I'll also share future episodes and how yo…
 
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