Collecting your own rainwater is not only good for the environment, plants love it, writes Jessamy Miller.
Adding a greenhouse to your garden can take your food growing to another level, writes Jian Liu.
Libby Woodward tells how she and her husband redeveloped a section of their garden with native understorey plants designed to draw in insects, birds and wildlife.
A permaculture concept, a food forest promises a self-sustaining system that produces an abundance of food – if designed well. Here's why Jian Liu created one in her Melbourne backyard.
Justin Russell says it's good to have a crop rotation plan in place to avoid pest and disease build up – here's some basics.
Planning your vegie patch? Justin Russell answers the question many of you might be asking: are raised beds right for me?
With gardeners new and old wanting to grow their own food, Helen McKerral goes through the basics of setting up a vegie garden, including easy crops to start with.
Justin Russell explains how to stagger planting times so you don't end up with too little or too much of the vegies you love best.
Helen Cushing writes about small scale vertical gardens.
You can use a structure such as a greenhouse to modify climate conditions, says Justin Russell, protecting plants or extending the growing season for cold-sensitive crops.