Looking for inspiration after harvest? After walking the few steps from the garden, try these simple recipes for fresh, delicious dishes that everyone will enjoy!
Whether you love flowers, fruits, veggies, herbs, or all of the above, follow our step-by-step guides to growing them organically in the comfort of your own home.
What’s not to love about Mexican cuisine? If you’re as big a fan as we are, then you’ll love this idea on how to create a salsa garden!
You might think it’s just a humble-looking weed, but finding comfrey in the garden is a bonus! Caroline Rivard explains why medicinal growers love it.
Local growers are essential to a healthy community. One couple in Revelstoke, BC, is living their dream as vegetable farmers, sparked into action by COVID-19.
Does a no-work garden appeal to you? Read this guide for some tips on this growing method and learn more about the woman who popularized it, Ruth Stout.
Growing indoors is fun, but there’s a lot of chemistry behind it! Rich Hamilton takes a look at common reservoir tank troubles and how to fix them.
Wouldn’t it be nice if our neighborhoods included a series of small garden farms? Building a local economy builds fertility, connections, and resiliency.
Conventional farming methods are doing a lot of harm. Evan Folds explains why it’s critical governments help farmers transition to regenerative agriculture.
Three days of climate action are planned to mark the 2021 edition of Earth Day. This year’s message makes it clear that we can’t return to business as usual.
Are you heading to your local garden center for your seedlings soon? Before you go, read these tips for selecting the healthiest plants for your garden.
Calling all first-time gardeners! Jessica Sowards, author of The First Time Gardener: Growing Vegetables, has some tips and tricks for those just starting out.
Between Strathalbyn and Meadows in the beautiful Adelaide Hills, Paris Creek Farms is an organic dairy passionate about caring for the land and the animals.
Once covered with old warehouses with no greenery to speak of, Perth City Farm is now a lush permaculture featuring trees, vegetable plants, chickens, and more.
Family-owned and operated Pepo Farms is the first and only Australian producer of pumpkin seeds for eating, specialising in the “naked” dark green pumpkin.
Olive trees and their branches are a traditional symbol of peace, health, and fertility. Jersey Farm wants customers to taste those properties in its products.
The news is always bleak: we are facing climate and health crises, and it’s all our fault. Here are some tips on cultivating positivity in challenging times.
Thinking of taking the plunge into the greenhouse growing game? So is Garden Culture’s Jesse Singer. But there are a few things to consider once you do.
Offshoots Community Garden in Burnley helps people reconnect with nature and develop health, well-being, and gardening skills at the same time!
The Plant Room is a collaborative botanical studio and shop selling plants and ceramics, but it’s far from your typical plant shop!
The Incredible Edible movement has ballooned to over a thousand groups worldwide, and IE Carmarthenshire is an inspiring one focused on spreading kindness.
The Aquaponics Lab is a group of small-scale producers and backyard farmers creating simple technology to make growing less time-consuming and more productive.