Create a garden that just WORKS, without all the hard work.
This comprehensive online gardening course is designed to empower you to be a confident and successful gardener. Perfect for both new gardeners and those who want better results the garden they already have. Work through at your own pace and put it all into practice as you go.
2 years access - which means you get to ask me unlimited gardening questions for 2 years!
"I highly recommend this course, especially if you’re a beginner like me. Kate has a great way of explaining the principles of successful gardening. Once you know, it’s pretty easy to read your own garden and know how to make it all work and thrive." Heidi C
"I became interested in Kate’s books Earth Repair Gardening and Working with Weeds, after attending one of her talks at our library, and being inspired by her wonderful approach to gardening. These 2 books pack so much good sense, easy to follow, life changing methodology between their covers, that I recommend them frequently to other gardeners. I look forward to reading her next book." Lynette
Working With Weeds
Winner - 2021 Australian Institute of Horticulture Merit Award.
" The Australian Institute of Horticulture congratulates you Kate on this very insightful and educating book on weed management"
Earth Repair Gardening guides the reader through the garden, discussing options for reducing our environmental impact at every turn. This book will make you a better gardener, it will make your garden more fabulous, and it will help you make this world a better place.
Gardeners anywhere dealing with the aftermath of flooding need this book. The damage caused by flooding can be easily recoverable when armed with this know-how which will save both heartbreak and back break in the garden.
Sorry folks, this section was getting too long to list them all here! tune in to my social media (links below) for updates on the talks and workshops I am presenting at community gardens, libraries, garden expos, garden clubs and more.
In the meantime, please enjoy these free online workshops and videos:
As part of their Sustainability in the Suburbs program, Ipswich City Council made this video featuring Kate creating a vegetable garden on a $100 budget