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(June 20-25, 2006)

Juhani Laiho

The Winter Garden

Caralyn Lagrange

Organic Gardening for Healthy Living

Bedfordale, Western Australia

23 June 2006, (2pm local time)

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A Garden Path is a therapeutic organic herb, fruit and vegetable garden open to the public through workshops and tours. Plants grown are beneficial for health. The raised garden beds assist those with injuries, illness and disabilities.

Shambhala Place on which A Garden Path is located is a three acre hills property adjacent to Bungendore Conservation Park, 45 min from Perth, the capital of Western Australia. The property is being developed along permaculture principles and has "Organic-in-Conversion" status. A Garden Path is the name of the organic herb, fruit and vegetable garden. It has waist-high raised vegetable garden beds and culinary and medicinal herbs growing in boxes and other re-cycled containers, trellised vines and dwarf fruit trees. There is an emphasis on growing repeat-harvest species and plants noted for their anti-tumour, immunity-stimulating and anti-viral properties. A Garden Path is open to the public through workshops and open days. Recently it was featured on ABC TV's Gardening Australia.
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