This month we explore all the possibilities and discoveries that gardens bring: from the simple pleasures of self-sufficiency, to foraging in the Adelaide Hills, to the top tips for growing lawn brought to you from the best – the groundskeepers at Adelaide Oval.
SALIFE May out now!
In the special May issue of SALIFE, you’ll meet acclaimed chef Kane Pollard, who now joins our magazine as a regular recipe contributor, and follow him as he forages through the Adelaide Hills looking for his next food inspiration. You’ll also discover the philosophies of permaculture powering high-end skin care and step inside the restored homestead and garden of historic property Anlaby. But it’s the story of Nigel Steele Scott that leaves a lasting impression, as he tells the story of “Cooinda” and his dedicated effort to bring his late wife’s grand Adelaide Hills gardening dream to fruition.
Meet acclaimed Topiary chef and SALIFE’s new recipes contributor, Kane Pollard, as he explains the innovative ideas and philosophies that go into the dishes he creates.
Meet the dedicated and hardworking owners of Anlaby Station and read their remarkable story of how they’ve breathed life back into the house and garden of South Australia’s oldest merino stud.
Step inside “Cooinda” in the Adelaide Hills, a stunning garden which has become a monument to one man’s enduring love for his wife.
From bright colours to plenty of flowers, fashion takes on a distinctive Frida Kahlo feel as the Art Gallery of South Australia prepares to launch a new exhibition in her honour in June.
From pumpkin soup to sweet potato gnocchi, chef Kane Pollard creates special dishes that reflect the changing seasons and the distinctive colours of autumn.
Landscape architect, Katie Steinwedel, welcomes friends and family into a stunning greenhouse on her parents’ extensive Adelaide Hills property for a dinner party.
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