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Wynlen’s productive Braidwood plot proves fresh is best

Wynlen House provides an abundance of fresh vegetables from an urban block. Photo: Supplied.

Helen Lynch from Wynlen House at Braidwood reckons there would hardly be a soul in town who hasn’t eaten one of their Brussels sprouts.

Together with her partner Bronwyn Richards, the pair produce an astonishing four tonnes of food each year from their 1000sqm block in the middle of town, a true urban farm and a buzzing hive of productivity.

Bronwyn and Helen have joined Region Media as regular Kitchen Garden columnists.

READ ALSO: Notes from the Kitchen Garden: silverbeet, spinach and what to do with your green tomatoes

Bronwyn began the adventure almost 20 years ago when she bought a large block with the intention of growing food on a…

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