What’s that sh!t on my Mint?

Ever since winter rolled around the corner my window sill of herbs have been struggling. In summer the kitchen window is the perfect spot for my little herb garden. Its a sunny spot, not to hot and not to cold, allowing my edibles to gain their required time of Vitamin D. But recently that's all turned… Continue reading What’s that sh!t on my Mint?

Mothers Day Terrarium Workshop

The 14th of May was Mothers Day and we teamed up with the Samford Valley Garden Center to have a morning full of terrific terrariums, fantastic fairy gardens and catered cupcakes. Have you ever wanted to grow you're own little land and watch it flourish in the comfort of your own home - but you just… Continue reading Mothers Day Terrarium Workshop

Terrarium: Take Two

30 April, 2017 : Take Two Terrarium THE NIFTY FORAGER PRESENTS….. Its Take Two Terrarium Workshop. Have you ever wanted to grow you’re own little land and watch it flourish in the comfort of your own home – but you just didn’t know where to start? Well now you and your friends can come together… Continue reading Terrarium: Take Two

Moss Ball Madness

09 April, 2017: Moss Ball Madness Like fashion, indoor plant trends recycle. First it was Terrariums and now its time for Kokedama’s (moss balls). There are so many benefits to having plants in your home and thanks to Kokedama’s you can grow literally anything in these little balls. The fact that these plants can be… Continue reading Moss Ball Madness

Potatoes potatoes potatoes

Mashed, boiled, frilled or roasted potatoes are without a doubt one of my favourite vegetables. As May rolled around so did the abundance of Seed Potatoes in many of the garden nurseries and one Saturday I just couldn't say no anymore - and bought myself a pack. That was 6 weeks ago and boy have I… Continue reading Potatoes potatoes potatoes

Upcoming Workshops

Workshops are coming to somewhere near you! Here at The Nifty Forager we strive to continue the circle of learning about greenery in and out of your home. Through our Terrarium, Kokedama (moss ball), Bonsai, veggie planting/ potting workshops we can come together as a plant loving community to help and support each other. Follow the… Continue reading Upcoming Workshops

Amsterdam in July

There are so many ways that I could describe this beautiful city. Going into it with an open mind and no expectations led me to experience the best Amsterdam had to offer. As we went there for a total of five days at the start of July the weather was perfect. A little chilly, but… Continue reading Amsterdam in July

Rad Radishes

My veggie patch is without a doubt my pride and joy. As the lettuce and garlic chives started to take off, I knew the soil was good, the location was excellent and therefore I had the perfect opportunity to grow whatever the heck I wanted. Amongst searching for some gloves on another perfect Brisbane Sunday… Continue reading Rad Radishes

Brisbane CBD

  Brisabane's city centre is made up of historical laneways, well kept heritage listed buildings, pocket parks, every kind of shopping and dining you want and need. With the river edge acting as a border, you are able to walk along it to get to all the inner cities main attractions. Heading towards Spring Hill and… Continue reading Brisbane CBD

South Bank: Brisbane’s ultimate inner city getaway

South Bank is one of Brisbanes biggest attractions, featured along the Brisbane River overlooking the CBD Skyline; you can swim, play, eat and relax under the giant Figs. With plenty of tables, benches and shade you can't resist walking along the whole of the Parklands. Knowing you are surrounded by scattered bathrooms and water bubblers… Continue reading South Bank: Brisbane’s ultimate inner city getaway