If you're confused about the difference between early, mid and late variety spuds, and when to plant them, we’ve done the homework for you – read on!
Just as you wouldn’t dream of popping lettuces into the ground and leaving them to look after themselves, neither should you expect a fruit tree or berry bush to take care of itself.
Down-sizing your garden can feel daunting. Here are our faves for a little summer cottage garden that offers something for everyone.
Spring cleaning sees a multitude of potential garden goodies turning up at the recycling centre or the op shop. For the creative amongst us, these items are treasures!
Retirement living often means downsizing your garden to no more than a balcony. Check out the following ideas to make even the smallest of spaces green and welcoming.
The actual season of spring, at least as it applies to gardens and gardening, doesn’t necessarily arrive on September the 1st.
The cost of vegetables is through the roof, and with the leanest months of the year fast approaching, it might be time to consider sprouting your own greens.
Grain is the basis of our bread, our crackers, and our breakfast cereals. So what is it stopping gardeners growing these plants?
As living costs keep rising, a home garden offers an opportunity for big savings on the supermarket bill. But when downsizing is your aim, how do you keep growing edibles in an increasingly small garden?
The cool seasons may be a time of rest for your fruit trees, but if you want them to be productive and healthy, come spring, you need to put in the work while they are taking a break. And it starts with, nutrition.