Cultivating With Care
We see people, plants & soil health as interconnected and create abundance through organic soil building techniques and regenerative agriculture practices.
Buy Fresh From the Garden
organic produce at The Farmstand coming this spring
Why We Grow
At Moonhill Garden, we see people, plants and soil health as inextricably interconnected parts of a vibrant food web. Central to our philosophy is ecologically sensitive stewardship, and we recognise that the vitality of the garden stems from nurturing each of its interconnected parts.
Regenerative Agriculture Practices
Organic, pesticide free produce
Pedal Power Delivery
How We Grow
A commitment to regenerative practices lies at the heart of how we grow. Through techniques such as no-till farming, compost building, and cover cropping, we work to cultivate an environment where the soil thrives. Aiming to ensure it long-term health and fertility, we harness the power of organic and regenerative methods to help us not only produce nourishing food, but also increase bounty and resilience within our ecosystem.
Thank you for supporting local foods
Native to the Mediterranean, alyssum’s clusters of small, fragrant flowers have long graced gardens, balconies, and window boxes. Also known as sweet alyssum or Lobularia maritima, alyssum belongs to the Brassicaceae family, which includes cabbage, mustard, and broccoli. Able to withstand poor soils and drought, its low-growing habit and prolific
2024 Season May1 st to Oct 15th
Moonhill welcomes visitors from all around the world. There is a minimum 4-night stay. For guesthouse pricing and bookings please contact us through Air BnB