Some sustainable actions you can take to keep your garden protected without defying nature or hurting wildlife.
Green grass lawns are largely considered a staple of well-kept yards, but they require enormous amounts of water and fertilizer to keep green and beautiful.
Trees play a vital role in combating climate change. Do your part to plant more today and become a hero for the earth.
By Monty George, co-founder of online furniture store, Furniturebox Even the most modest of gardens can become an outdoor metropolis where wildlife can thrive. Small changes can open up a window for you to observe and enjoy what nature creates. The key to attracting wildlife is to provide food and shelter so your garden becomes a sanctuary where all animals — from swooping birds to the tiniest of critters — can prosper in harmony. This entails creating a biodiverse plot that doesn’t compromise the way your garden looks. After all, sharing your garden with hundreds of natives species creates the … Read more
Organic gardening offers a better, more sustainable way to care for our plants and vegetables without falling back on synthetic fertilizers.
Managing pests in an organic garden is a complex and challenging–though often rewarding–endeavour. Companion planting might help.
This infographic outlines some actionable tips for beginning a kitchen garden, including starter equipment and some essential terminology
A successful garden requires careful planning and good defences against pests, weeds, and weather. Here are a few tips to help increase your green productivity.
The benefits of making compost are many: from becoming a more sustainable household by recycling kitchen and paper scraps, to building soil health by adding essential nutrients.
Growing your own organic food has many benefits: It’ll bring you pleasure, help you stay healthy, and be a way of introducing sustainability to your family, friends and future generations.
The possibilities for innovative growing are endless. With perseverance, you could soon be reaping the benefits of a healthy, edible balcony garden.