Edible Garden Design

We combine our passion for cuisine and knowledge of nutrition, to design, build and maintain nutrient-cycling edible gardens for families, schools, corporates and hospitality.

Edible landscapes are our specialty so whether you want a few herbs in a stylish space-wise low maintenance design or a lush highly productive vegetable garden, Urban GreenSpace can meet your needs.

Workshops, working bees and education

We currently run the Edible Gardening Programme at Forestville Montessori School where we teach kids from 3 to 12 years old valuable lessons in ecology, plant health and food gardening. Recently we wrote a government grant-winning proposal for the school to expand this program and partner with the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation. Does your school need help establishing a program or ongoing horticultural advice?

At the school we also help run their regular working bees so the right things happen in the gardens and health and safety guidelines are followed. Do you have a garden that could do with a “blitz”?

Ku-ring-gai Council has engaged Urban GreenSpace to write and teach their Apartment and Small Space Gardening Workshops. Do you work for a large organisation that would like help teaching gardening?

Planting Plans

We have done planting plans for corporate clients looking to establish gardens that help them engage more with their employees. Do you have an existing garden or large planters that you could revive at your company?

Garden coaching, maintenance and ongoing support

After delivering a garden, we recommend at least a few follow up sessions with our clients to work with them in their garden so they have the confidence to get the most out of their new productive space. Yes those chillies look beautiful on those plants but they make an amazing sauce and they’ll grow better if you harvest them – we’ll show you how!

Of course you are welcome to email us about anything happening in your garden that you aren’t sure of. We want to help you to get stuck into your garden, as the saying goes – “it’s better than the gym and you get tomatoes!”