Penny explains that her soil is sodden, and she's being very careful not to tread on it.
Not everyone has the space in the garden for a compost heap, writes Penny Woodward -- that's where a worm farm comes in!
The loss of a much-loved garden during a bushfire can be devastating, but with patience and time you can rebuild. And your soil is a good place to start.
A few gardeners are blessed with deep, rich, textured, fertile soil. But what if you aren't? Penny Woodward has some ideas to help.
What is pH and how can you change it? Penny Woodward explains.
JUSTIN RUSSELL explores some gentle techniques to help restore your wet, wet, wet soil.
Recycling kitchen scraps through a worm farm provides valuable worm castings and juice to improve garden soil and plant growth, writes Jessamy Miller.
To celebrate International Compost Awareness Week PENNY WOODWARD shares her recipe for compost success.
Opinion is divided on whether tomatoes benefit from pruning, writes Penny Woodward.
With an El Nino threatening a dry spring, mulching may prove vital, writes JUSTIN RUSSELL.