What Is Garden Culture?
Your window to the world of efficient urban agriculture, indoor growing, and progressive gardening. Our bi-monthly publication, Garden Culture Magazine is distributed through progressive hydro shops in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. We maintain regular blog posts to bring you more than we can cover in our print issues; timely news, growing tips, and great ideas easily shared on multiple platforms. Furthermore, we offer a free digital version of our print magazine so you can read it on the go.
The pages of every issue brings together the very best information on technology, techniques, and the nature of plants. We seek to help you grow the very best crop in your garden from expert advice for both indoor and outdoor gardening. The magazine is a useful resource that will increase your production and enjoyment of the garden. Anticipating and addressing specific needs and interests of the most discerning gardener, we also offer ways to empower those who want to take control of what they eat.
Growing enough for one house gives you pleasure and a sense of great achievement. But harvesting an abundance big enough to share with family and friends is the ultimate success. It is our goal to make it possible for our readers to experience this level of efficient gardening. We want to help the world feed itself. You’ll never eat better than when you grow your own!
Who We Are
We are a team of seasoned gardeners, urban farmers, and progressive gardening experts. Garden Culture Magazine is published by 325 Media Inc. in Quebec. Everyone involved in each issue is dedicated to home growing and bringing the latest knowledge and innovations to gardeners worldwide.
Launched in 2011, the first issues were in Dutch, but it wasn’t long before translating it into English was a demand, and in 2012 the first UK issue hit the street. Interest quickly spread east and west, and by the end of 2013, we found ourselves with 3 distinct regions – in 8 countries that spread over 3 continents. The world wants to know how to grow their own food!
Today, our magazine is only available in English, but we are helping home gardeners everywhere grow beyond their needs. Our belief that combining what Nature has shown us with what science has taught us and wisdom from the past is the path to the ultimate harvest, and to a better world. The writers on our team have sage advice to offer that benefits every grower from the balcony container or backyard gardener to those who are totally techno.
Our online community is thousands strong, populated by people from all over the world. It’s an interesting blend of industry professionals and seasoned gardeners who want to share what they know with people who want to improve their skills. Together we can create change, broaden the scope of local food, and urban agriculture. Feel free to join the conversation here on our website, on Facebook, and via Twitter.
Calling all fellow gardeners! Want to write for Garden Culture?
If you have a passion for gardening and growing your own, then we want to hear from you!
We’re always looking for new contributors who have knowledge to share, whether it be about the latest in gardening, different methods of growing (hydroponics, aquaponics, etc.), or social-environmental issues. If you can help us be better in our growing ventures – no matter where we are in the world – then you’re the right fit.
Your writing should be clear, concise, motivational and somewhat entertaining for our readers. If you can offer unique insight via hands-on experience, even better; but we don’t accept advertisements disguised as articles. Have you had a gardening problem and solved it? Tell us how you did it!
Blog articles are generally 600-1000 words, but we accept longer for the magazine.
Remember: Garden Culture is a magazine and blog by growers, for growers. With consistently fresh and current content on our blog, we have a large readership, and our magazine is distributed in eight countries on three continents.
Send us your pitch in this form. We appreciate your interest!