Are we supporting a civilisation that will never be sustainable?
Guerrilla gardening just got easier with the launch of seed bomb dispensing machines in down town LA, reports PHIL DUDMAN
An endorsement of organic food has come from a surprising source, writes SIMON WEBSTER.
The eruption of a volcano in Iceland may be a blessing for gardeners, reports SIMON WEBSTER.
The White House vegie patch is getting bigger, reports SIMON WEBSTER.
This may seem a very ‘out there’ topic for a blog for Organic Gardener, but it got me thinking about a range of ideas about the way civilization is developing and how we exist within it.
I’m just back from the Gardening Australia Expo in Adelaide where apart from selling subscriptions and magazines, I was able to link up with friends and permaculture contacts.
Tino Carnivale maintains Peter Cundall's vegie patch at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.Video Highlights from Gardening Australia, ABC TV. ABC1 Saturday at 6.30pm and Sunday at 1.00pm. www....
MARC LLEWELLYN, the author of Finding Nino - a Seachange in Italy, reveals how an Italian peasant farmer sparked his love of organic gardening.
Back in Australia, his love affair with home-...
Craig Sams was a pioneer of the natural food movement in the ’60s, going on to establish the most successful organic chocolate company in the UK. He talks to SIMON WEBSTER about food, business and...