JUSTIN RUSSELL is stopped in his tracks by the autumn foliage of some undervalued edible plants.
Nuts are bursting with health benefits and flavour, write GRAHAM and ANNEMARIE BROOKMAN.
Persimmon season has arrived, and JUSTIN RUSSELL suggests that people give the misunderstood fruit a second chance.
In the May/June 2013 issue of Organic Gardener magazine, JUSTIN RUSSELL delves into the history of cider, growing cider apples and perry pears, and how to make your own tasty brew.
PETER CUNDALL says pears have magnifcent textures, flavours and blooms, deserving a place in both the edible and ornamental garden.
Old pear trees can be brought back into regular...
JUSTIN RUSSELL challenges the notion that all weeds are pests, and makes cordial with one of his favourite outlaw plants.
Cherries can be tricky to grow, but the rewards are high and with new low-chill and dwarf varieties, more gardeners are giving them a go, writes PENNY WOODWARD.
Got a glut of pomegranates? JUSTIN RUSSELL explains how to make the refreshing drink, grenadine.
If you’d like to try your hand at grafting fruit trees, then have a go at citrus. It’s easy to do and allows you to grow a greater variety of fruit in less space, writes PHIL DUDMAN.
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...