Richly scented and picked to order
Bright red whole beetroots
Rich, sweet, and chock full of vitamins
Bunches of fresh flavour
Four freshly laid eggs in a little white carton
Leafy bunches of yummy herbs
As healthy as it gets
Delicious, crisp white cores
Basil with a sweet lemon fragrance
Tender, juicy, vibrant pumpkins off the vine
Itty bitty little pumpkins
Large blue-green pumpkins
Vibrant red bulbs
Whole heads of crisp fresh lettuce
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We grow naturally, using sustainable permaculture principles. We grow in small, sustainable volumes and focus on produce that thrives in our environment.
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Sustainable, natural, locally grown food
We grow naturally, using sustainable permaculture principles. Thornleigh produces all year round with summer and winter crops. We grow in small, sustainable volumes and focus on produce that thrives in our environment.
Our produce is grown in rich volcanic loam, and the health and fertility of our soil is of the utmost importance to our success.
We do not use artificial fertilisers or chemicals. Our garden is kept healthy through a combination of crop rotation, fallowing, green manuring and composting.
Everything we use for the soil is generated by the farm – we do not import any compost or fertilisers.
Pests are controlled as much as possible through natural methods. We attract ‘good bugs’ with herbs and flowers. Where necessary, we use only organically certified pest controls, and we keep this to a minimum.
This means that we suffer some losses to pests, but we think this is a small price to pay. And as the soil gets healthier, and the garden gets stronger, the losses will reduce.
We do not grow produce which is susceptible to fruit fly because this would require unacceptable levels of chemical intervention.
Water is our scarcest resource. We rely on rainwater which especially in the summer months can be in short supply. We build reserves in our tanks over the winter months and use drip irrigation to ensure optimal use when we grow.