Heirloom edibles are important to our survival, and that of the planet. That's why our horticultural editor, Penny Woodward, loves growing them. Find out why ...
In Issue 126 (Winter 2021), Dr Reese Halter celebrates the carbon-storing, rain-creating and simple majesty of trees.
Pollination is necessary for our gardens to thrive so it's handy to understand how we can help all those beneficial insects and animals do their work.
Linda Cockburn believes gardeners have a crucial job to do, storing carbon in their soils. It will help with your harvest, as well as helping stave off the worst effects of the climate crisis.
Justin Russell looks for food that will provide resilience, nourishment and productivity in a changing world.
There's a lot to cope with in the garden when the climate is so uncertain -- and it's not just the plants, we need to watch out for the locals as well. Leonie Shanahan has some ideas to help.
Reese Halter investigates new research revealing the alarming loss of insects all over the planet, what is causing it, which insects are most affected and what we can do.
Simon Webster investigates what it means to go ‘off-grid’, and what’s feasible.
Linda Cockburn says we can all take effective action to bring about necessary change to help our planet. We can start with supporting our soils.
Leanne Croker chats with ABC Gardening Australia’s host about life, gardening and the future of the planet.