Composting is easy – all you need is time and Mother Nature to do the rest. But if you want to speed up the process, use this method to make fast compost.
Commercial seed raising mixes are convenient, but they’re often either expensive or poor quality. Save money and get better results by making your own DIY seed raising mix.
Composting or making stock from your vegetable scraps reduces waste. But here’s a way to regrow new food from those scraps! How to grow celery from the scraps.
Frugal, natural and non-nasty ways to keep kitty from using your garden as their personal potty.
Lettuce gone bitter doesn’t mean you have to throw it in the compost bin. Instead, it can make a great alternative to cooked silverbeet or spinach. Here are some tips for minimising bitter lettuce and what to do with it if it does go bitter.
Who would have thought that neglecting your garden could be a good thing? Here’s one lazy gardening technique that is paying dividends.
Seedlings need a little extra care and attention than the rest of the garden. Use the permaculture zone principle to ensure your seedlings get the care and attention they need.