These joyous garden books are well worth reading says Penny Woodward
Penny Woodward writes about an amazing Australian garden project for the children of the Gaza Strip.
Visit the award-winning Australian Garden in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne, to watch it develop and grow, writes Penny Woodward.
Penny Woodward visits a thriving farm that’s producing masses of food from what was once malnourished soil.
A chance signpost and a meandering walk through Irish woodland led PENNY WOODWARD to a secret walled garden.
To celebrate Permaculture Day, JACQUELINE FORSTER revisits an interview with permie pioneer Rowe Morrow.
Commercially grown plums are exposed to a chemical cocktail of pesticides and herbicides, writes TIM MARSHALL.
Take a moment today to thank Mother Earth, writes JACQUELINE FORSTER.
A veteran of hundreds of garden visits, JUSTIN RUSSELL finds fresh inspiration at Tasmania's Agrarian Kitchen.
Community gardens are about community and getting hands into the soil says PENNY WOODWARD.