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Want a novel garden project for autumn? Linda Brennan shows how to create a meditative labyrinth, using rocks and plantings. Going underground, Claire Bickle delves into the wonderful world of worms, including a step-by-step guide to making worm towers. Crop-wise, Claire covers more perennial herbs, while Jennifer explores a pretty array of winter flower that provide much needed food for the bees. For clever crops, she covers inula and fuchsia berries and, for the vegie patch, broccoli, onions, peas and radish. Meanwhile, Melissa profiles heirloom cabbages along with natives, apple berry and lillypilly. We also have Carrol’s recipes for homemade organic beauty products and cooking recipes from Maggie Beer’s newest cookbook. Plus, Megg introduces those little cuties of the poultry world — quail! This issue has great projects for autumn: a meditative labyrinth, worm towers and homemade beauty products from the garden and pantry!

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