plants

Interview: Little Veggie Patch Co.

July

The Slowpoke: LITTLE VEGGIE PATCH CO // Photo by Emma Bowen There’s certainly no shortage of studies purporting the fact that gardening is a good contributor to happiness – which goes a long way to explain the perpetual smile that graces the face of Mat Pember, founder of Little Veggie Patch Co.
Interview: Little Veggie Patch Co.
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INTERVIEW: NEWCASTLE GREENS

December

The Slowpoke: NEWCASTLE GREENS They’re the perfect way to grow greens for the gardener hard up on space – microgreens are mini as their name suggests. And this is just what has enabled Elle Brown, owner of Newcastle Greens, to become a grower on her small suburban block in Newcastle, NSW. In a hot house that her husband built, Elle grows a huge range of organic and chemical-free microgreens, baby salad greens and edible flowers, and sells her produce to local Newcastle
INTERVIEW: NEWCASTLE GREENS
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KOKEDAMA STRING GARDEN

December

The Slowpoke: KOKEDAMA STRING GARDEN The benefits of indoor plants to our health and wellbeing are bountiful – while they remove and filter numerous toxins from the air, the greenery is also proven to be a great boost to our mood. Give the gift of wellbeing with these kokedama string gardens – just in time for the weekend, we’re back with our second handmade Christmas gift how-to. Kokedama is Japanese for ‘moss ball’ and involves creating a ball of soil around a plant’s
KOKEDAMA STRING GARDEN
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EST

October

theslowpoke_emmasadiethomson1 Bringing plants from the outside into our homes, brings life, colour, and importantly, cleaner air. Indoor plants are well-known for their air-purifying qualities – in our homes they work to filter VOCs (volatile organic compounds) that include things like formaldehyde and benzene. Working to bring more plant life into our homes and work spaces is EST by Emma Sadie Thomson. Through her terrariums, mini green walls, plant stand and ceramic collaborations Emma is introducing a touch of style
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