Spinach is a no-fuss cool season crop but there are some excellent substitutes for warmer seasons and regions too hot for English spinach.
In Issue 125, Penny Woodward set out a very useful glossary of common organic gardening terms to help novice gardeners learn what’s what – and as a refresher for the more experience among you....
Gardening legend Peter Cundall outlines the principles of growing organically – a choice many gardeners are making today, wanting to grow healthier food for their family, and to contribute to a...
Limes look gorgeous in your garden and add a tasty tang to meals in your kitchen -- so you don't want pests getting to them before you do.
It's very easy, and rewarding, to grow your own nutrient-rich microgreens and sprouts, writes Penny Woodward.
Learn how growing smaller tomato cultivars in containers means you can make the most of the space (and sunshine) on offer.
Is your fear of being stung holding you back from keeping bees? Kelly Lees explains how you can care for your bees safely.
Our living rooms are being taken over by plants – and it’s good for us in many different ways! Justin Russell shares his indoor plant care tips to help you get started.
Lentil Purbrick investigates the secret health-promoting components in the colours of fruit and vegetables.
Karen Sutherland walks you through planting trees in pots.