ONE of the best ways to inspire a love of crunchy greens is to grow some yourself so we’ve scoured realestate.com.au for the best vegie gardens on the market in Brisbane today, so you can get a head start on that scrumptious stir-fry.
We’re starting in Pullenvale, where 7 Lucas Place on a 4000sq m block has turned the garden into an adventure playground.
There is a cascading pond and floating walkway to the children’s wing and numerous paths linking all areas of the property to the vegetable garden and the house.
An acreage block at 584 Grandview Rd, Pullenvale, has its own salad bowl growing under shadecloth with an irrigation system feeding tomatoes, spring onion, and a mix of herbs.
If you’re likely to forget you have a vegetable garden, especially if you don’t walk past it every day, try these raised garden beds at 41 Glen Ruther Court, Mount Crosby.
Located next to the entertaining area, you can’t miss these raised vegie gardens that are ready to plant out with lettuce, basil and cherry tomatoes.
The four-bedroom house on acreage also has a chicken coop and a kids cubby with flying fox to make the outdoors an adventure as well as an education.
Closer to the city, 4 Owen St, Wooloowin has raised garden beds tucked next to the house so you can pick fresh ingredients and the pass them to head chef via the servery on the covered veranda.
On the bayside, the sellers of 30 Barnham St, Wynnum have contoured their lawn around raised garden beds with a supporting shed to store all the related garden tools.
For those more interested in a free-form edible garden, there’s 175 Beaconsfield Tce at Brighton.
This three-bedroom house with a price guide of over $570,000, has a separate entertaining area that is surrounded by an edible landscape so you can graze while you entertain.
To get the kids motivated for an edible garden, take them to the Hide and Seek Trail at the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens these holidays. Pick up a guide from the information desk and begin your sensory adventure through the herbs and plants that grow well in our climate.
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