“Let Me Take You By The Hand And Show You How To Grow Healthy, Fresh Organic Food Without All The Problems”

The Veggie Lady

Hi, I’m Toni Salter “The Veggie Lady” and I’m here to help you!

As a trained horticulturist with a passion for home-grown organic food I’ve helped people, just like you, grow great tasting, healthy food in their own backyards – from inner city balconies to those living on acres and everything in-between.

Book a class today

If you live locally (in Sydney) have a look at the Timetable page.Backyard Veggies

In particular, check out my most popular workshop – Backyard Veggies – which I run from my own backyard.

As well as great information, let me spoil you with morning tea and lunch made from locally-sourced produce as well as organic produce from my own garden.

Meet me at MasterChef LIVE

MasterChef Live

For three days in December (Dec 10-12), Moore Park will come alive with one of the hottest events on the food calendar.

Put one of the days in your diary and come and say ‘Hi’ at my stand.

Click here for more information about MasterChef LIVE.

Online classes coming soon…

If you don’t live locally, online classes are coming soon – while you won’t get to taste the great food, I will give you the recipes!

A great time was had at the Organic Expo

Costa GeorgiadisLoads of fun was had by all and there were plenty of organic food and wines to samples. We had inspiring talks from top chefs as well as gardening gurus, including Costa Georgiadis, but I especially loved seeing the kids get behind the “Dig Your Dinner” school garden competition.

A big “thanks” goes out to everyone who stopped by our stand (even just to ask how to stop possums destroying their garden or what they could start to grow now). Read more at my blog …

What are the benefits of growing your own?

  • fruit and vegetables taste better (like they used to)
  • absolutely fresh – straight from your own garden
  • healthier for you and your family
  • rich in anti-oxidants & no harmful pesticides
  • a ready supply of herbs to use in cooking
  • environmentally friendly (no transport = no greenhouse gases)
  • saves you heaps of money every year!