At Veg2Table, our aim is to help you to make your backyard productive. In addition to installation or resurrection of existing garden beds, we provide an advisory service to the home vegetable grower – from the first seed sown to the last vegetable harvested.

We understand the importance and satisfaction of producing your own vegetables. There is nothing like providing a full meal for the family from your own garden, and it feels just as good to be giving produce away to family and friends.

About Us

Rachel and Lyndon May

We are Rachel and Lyndon May, and we are both passionate about self sufficiency on the backyard scale. Between us we have over 30 years experience in natural resource management, soil science, agronomy and farm management.

After many years of studying and working in these areas, we have decided to get back to the basics of being able to produce our own home grown vegetables, and helping other people to do the same.

Our appreciation for home grown produce started at an early age for both of us, with our grandparents, who highly valued their vegetable gardens, and provided our families with an abundance of home grown vegetables and fruit throughout the year.

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Just a note to say thankyou for all your help in setting up our new vegetable garden. Your generosity of spirit, enthusiasm and support have been invaluable. Without your amazing effort, our veggie garden might not have got going. The children are getting a lot out of watching their vegies grow and are excited about continuing it next year

Lobethal Lutheran School

We are so excited about our new garden beds. I cant wait to start picking and eating our own fresh food for the girls and perhaps teaching them a little about where their food comes from – Thanks


Thanks for your help in getting our vegie garden started. I have been trying for a while with varied success, so hopefully, this will be the season!


Your advice has headed me in the right direction. My garden is now looking fantastically healthy. Im looking forward to harvesting my own organic vegies this year.

Trinity Gardens