Category Archives: Garden

Phil’s Garden

Here’s where I like to roll up my sleeves and get my hands dirty, sharing my practical expert gardening advice. I’ll be revealing all my secrets on how to grow your own vegetables and fruit, with topics that include how to build and grow an organic garden, how to make compost, how to control pests organically and what to plant now, with lots of helpful tips for beginners and videos to show you how it’s done, step-by-step. We’ll have a ball, so be sure to subscribe to the garden2kitchen blog so you can stay up-to-date with the latest seasonal gardening tasks. It’s free!

Phil Dudman


Harvesting ginger

Ginger Selfy

Phil’s bumper ginger harvest – grown from just one small 2cm peice

I must say, my ginger harvest this year is nothing short of sensational. I’m enjoying massive returns with very little effort. That’s the fun in growing ginger; you … Continue reading →

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My subversive (garden) plot

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How to Harvest Corn

Corn ready for harvesting

Corn ready for harvesting
Photo: Phil Dudman

Corn is a demanding crop. It wants everything you can throw at it… lots of compost and manure before planting, regular feeding with organic fertilisers and plenty of water… but the harvest makes … Continue reading →

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Phil’s Eggplant Issue’s Resolved

0711 135One of the most important crops in my summer garden is eggplant, but I must admit, I’ve had some serious failures in the past… as we all do as gardeners… but hey, that’s how we learn.

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Homegrown Ginger

I’m a bit of a raver when I get going, and one thing that’s guaranteed to get me going every time is ginger. It’s just so incredibly easy to grow and I’ve been on a mission to get ginger lovers … Continue reading →

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