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.
Permaculture inspiration from around the world is available online, writes SIMON WEBSTER.
LINDA COCKBURN looks back on her family’s adventures when they moved to Tasmania six years ago, to build a home and grow their own food. We collected together a few additional pictures of her...
PETER CUNDALL reminisces about how he and his wife, Tina, turned a piece of impoverished, barren land into a highly productive slice of paradise, and shows us some extra pictures of their garden...
JERRY COLEBY-WILLIAMS and his house-mate reveal how their garden has become a living larder. Here are some images of their suburban garden, Bellis.