All Gardens

Spring onions

Spring to it

April 12, 2018

Virtually pest free and great companion plants, spring onions are a tasty addition to your patch says Penny Woodward.

Sharpening secateurs

How to sharpen your tools

April 5, 2018

Well-maintained tools make gardening jobs safer and easier. Justin Russell shows how to keep them sharp.

More or less space?

When more is less

April 3, 2018

The more the land, the more ambitious Simon Webster’s gardening vision became. 

A diverse garden

Diversity is the key

April 1, 2018

Penny Woodward explains how diversity is essential for healthy gardens, parks, farms and wild environments.

Hybrid hen

Hybrid hens

March 26, 2018

Jessamy Miller explores the pros and cons of keeping hybrid chooks and how they stack up against pure breeds.

Surprise potato

The accidental gardener

March 22, 2018

Simon Webster cottons on to a new way of gardening – expect the unexpected – at Plot Farm. 

Prom Coast Food Collective

Collective food

March 22, 2018

An innovative enterprise in Victoria is bringing farmer, customer and community together, writes Isabel Kimpton.

A bunch of celery

Do the celery crunch

March 10, 2018

Freshly cut, clean, crunchy celery is the perfect plant for autumn, says Penny Woodward.

fruit and veg stall

What's on my food?

February 15, 2018

Malcolm McGuire investigates what’s being sprayed on our crops, and some of the worst offenders. 

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