"Gardening" Blogs & Blog Posts

Outback Edge HarvestOutback Edge Harvest

Living on the Edge of the Outback - Harvesting our food. A collection of a...

 
Gardening for healthGardening for health

Promoting the physical, mental and social benefit of gardening to a wide ra...

 
A New Life in Costa RicaA New Life in Costa Rica

Waking each day and living a new life in a foreign country

 
Gardening with the MoonGardening with the Moon

Gardening with the Moon is a fortnightly column about Biodynamic gardening....

 
Barefoot MahalaBarefoot Mahala

Writing about my life and interests. I'm a mother, a teacher, self-em...

 
Garden Design GuruGarden Design Guru

Thoughts from the Principal of the Oxford College of Garden Design

 
Scarecrow's GardenScarecrow's Garden

An online journal of food gardening on the edge of the outback in Australia...

 


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At almost the same time August last year, there was a variety of tomato plants and vegetables e.g. kale and Swiss chard growing in our backyard. After a year, some minor changes have taken place and this is the current garden update.Due to the lack o...

Once the spring rains stop, it's time to start watering.Even though my floating vegetable garden is surrounded by water, none of it gets into the beds without human assistance.Our good friend John has saved me from lots of bending, scooping, and pour...

The one and only reason we look forward to winter is a chance to take a break from mowing the lawn for a few months. Lugging out that beast of a mower, gassing ...

There is nothing as sweet as the taste of one's own bananas after waiting months for them to grow and ripen! This is really the second rack we've had. The first ripened while I was traveling so it was donated to my feathered friends. If my little fri...

A menagerie of wire animals and a collection of willow people will be found in the gardens at Stillingfleet Lodge near York this August.The exhibition showcases the work of two artists, Harrogate wire animal creator Chris Moss, and Derbyshire’s Car...

Everyone wants a great-looking lawn, but things like the weather and a lack of time can get in the way. You can avoid fees from an overzealous homeowner's association with a quick paint job until you have time to deal with things properly.Read more..

Over the years, as a result of composting, I 've developed a plot of soil on our exposed granite cliff. The down side of using this area for gardening is limited access to water. It's a long haul with heavy buckets climbing four flights of stairs up...