Here's some more pictures of chickens, ducks and other fowl that wouldn't fit in the Essential Guide: Backyard Chickens issue.
In the March/April 2013 issue of Organic Gardener magazine, reader Cynthia Titmarsh told of her experiment, with husband Richard, to grow a backyard wheat crop.
Cynthia’s letter came in response to two articles in late 2011 by Nick Romanowski on growing backyard grain crops. We have held off publishing her letter until now - wheat-planting time. To set the scene, here are these two articles, from the September/October 2011 and November/December 2011 issues of Organic Gardener magazine.
Growing your own rare and unusual fruit provides luscious rewards and helps conserve endangered varieties.
In the March/April 2013 issue of Organic Gardener Magazine, Justin Russell simply ran out of room to profile the many rare fruit available for cultivating in Australian gardens. Here he describes a few more.
In the latest issue of Organic Gardener Essential Guide: Inspirational Gardens, LINDA COCKBURN looks back on her family’s adventures when they moved to Tasmania six years ago, to build a home and grow their own food.
We collected together a few additional pictures of her garden and home, to illustrate her success.
In the latest issue of Organic Gardener Essential Guide: Inspirational Gardens, PETER CUNDALL reminisces about how he and his wife, Tina, turned a piece of impoverished, barren land into a highly productive slice of paradise.
Take a look at some extra pictures of their garden in the Tamar Valley, in northern Tasmania.