If you are a beginner or an established garden, whether you have your own garden or are renting, you'll gain valuable tips and guidance from my very simple and accessible approach to natural gardening - for food, medicine, household and beauty products, and more.
Join me for this practical 6 week course. I will take you step-by-step through the process of creating a fabulously productive and thriving edible garden - that doesn't cost the earth.
Work with nature and get a tenfold increase in the amount of food and resources you have in your garden. Learn too how to create gardens that require less water, less maintenance, have less pests and way more life.
You have lifetime access to the materials in this course. Work at your own pace and in your own place.
The INCREDIBLE EDIBLE GARDEN COURSE includes:
- 6 weekly themed classes packed full of valuable information, ideas and inspiration
- 6 quizzes to check your understanding
- lots of practical how-to videos
- Access to a private Facebook group for sharing questions, discussions and ideas. Morag will be available weekly in this group to answer questions.
- 30 day trial of Morag's membership community - the place to be to cultivate permaculture life skills. This group provides a supportive online community to learn with, monthly masterclasses, workbooks, design reviews, Q&As, plant profiles, cook-ups, book reviews, quotes, discussions, potential for meet-ups and more.
- 3 Bonus classes
Each week a new module will be released:
Week 1: Create superb soils
Start here. Healthy soil is the basis of all great gardens, nutritious food and our own health. Explore worms and compost, compost teas and bokashi, mycelium, mulch and how to rapidly activate your soil life, protect soil and build new topsoil.
Week 2: Make your garden
Learn simple and effective strategies to set up your garden area using a range of approaches - from my special no-dig method to verandah pots. Find out ideas and strategies for urban, suburban and small acreage gardens, plus community and school gardens too.
Week 3: Grow abundant food
Find out how to create a low-maintenance edible garden full of vegetables, herbs, flowers, fruits, medicines, self-seeding and perennial edibles. Learn 5 basic ways to propagate them. Get to know plants from root to shoot. Discover how to choose plants that thrive. Plant with the seasons. Explore ways to cultivate diversity.
Week 4: Food forest bounty
Learn how to set up a wonderfully productive and mixed food forest full of such a great range of food. A food forest is the natural way to create your home orchard for maximum yield, lowest input and to be really sustainable.
Week 5: The superfood garden
Explore many common superfoods that are easy to grow at home, and how you can harvest and use them for you and your family. Eat these plants regularly to help keep you healthy, strong and resilient.
Week 6: The medicinal garden
Make your garden your first aid kit. Know which plants to include, what they are for and how to use them. You'll be surprised how many common plants are also great for natural healing.
Bonus class 1. The beauty garden
Grow plants to use simply and directly on your face, hair and body. Enjoy these basic recipes, then go and explore and experiment yourself adapting these tried and tested ratios of ingredients.
Bonus class 2. The tea garden
Native trees, herbs, fruit trees, flowers and weeds can all be used for making delicious, healing and health-giving drinks for the whole family - hot and cold. Learn a fabulous range of teas, their uses, and how to prepare them.
Bonus class 3. Cooking a garden feast
Learn how to make the most of your edible garden's abundant produce. Learn some simple basic recipes to create delicious meals directly from your garden. Learn how to integrate from root to shoot, and even some weeds.
This course is not open for enrollment.
Morag Gamble is a very popular teacher in this field with enormous practical experience. She has been teaching about how to live a low impact, healthy and sustainable way of life for over two decades in more than 20 countries, and she really does walk her talk.
Morag lives in a simple life in an Australian ecovillage, in the ecohouse she built with her family, surrounded by abundant award-winning permaculture gardens. She has designed her life to be self-employed and debt free. This frees her to home educate her three children using ecological and permaculture approach, and spend time in her garden, in nature and in her community.
As well as being very practically experienced, Morag has a Masters of Environmental Education, a Postgraduate Diploma of Landscape Architecture, a Bachelor of Environmental Planning. She was a guest teacher at Schumacher College, UK, she lectured for many years in Food Politics at Griffith University and was an adjunct at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Morag loves being in her permaculture garden which she designed and created, and a veritable edible oasis, and she enjoys preparing simple meals from scratch using freshly harvested product. She also finds it fascinating and fun to make her own natural cleaners and beauty products (often with the help of her children). These too draw from the garden.
Everything in this course stems from Morag's extensive personal experience. Morag has tried and tested all of these strategies and recipes, and uses them personally.
Morag acknowledges that we are all incredible busy already, and super conscious that the things suggested in the course things are convenient, easy, quick to do, and affordable too. Growing good food is something we all need, not a luxury.
Morag is an avid blogger and youtube creator of content to help people live a more simple and sustainable life. You can see her work here:
StartWelcome to Week 1 (1:47)
Start1-1: What is superb soil? (48:25)
Start1-2: Three simple ways to compost
Start1-3: How to make a simple comfrey tea
Start1-4: The wonders of worm towers
Start1-5: Amazing mycellium (5:45)
Start1-6: Using effective microorganisms - Bokashi
Start1-8: Growing green manures
Start1-9: Week 1 Activity Ideas
StartWeek 1 Quiz
StartWelcome to Week 2 (0:42)
Start2-1: Types of edible gardens
Start2-2: Edible garden ideas (41:48)
Start2-3: Garden design considerations (20:43)
Start2-4: Water for your garden (21:58)
Start2-5: How to make a no-dig vegetable garden
Start2-6: Gardening with children (6:10)
Start2-7 Week 2 Activity Ideas
StartWeek 2 Quiz