Have you ever noticed how, when you’re outdoors immersed in the natural world, you feel energised and invigorated? This relationship with nature is vital to our wellbeing as our modern lifestyles draw us further and further away from it. Spending time in the garden is one

Create your own self-sufficient edible food forest to feed your family year-round. Food forests are thought to be the world’s oldest form of land use and most resilient agroecosystem.The concept conjures up in my mind beautiful Garden of Eden-like scenes of trees heavy-laden with fruit, birdsong

Start your own cost-effective kitchen garden to save on your next grocery shop. With the cost of living soaring, there’s never been a better time to become more self-sufficient. For many families, food is one of their biggest weekly expenses – and one we don’t want to

Walking to the garden to pick ingredients for a homemade salad is one of life’s simplest pleasures, especially when you’ve got a whole variety to choose from. Regardless of what kind of gardening skills (or lack thereof) you have, growing a salad garden is absolutely

From issue 59.One of the many upsides of caring for native birds in our gardens means they will appear more frequently. Growing up, my dad and I were members of the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society. We would attend meetings and go on nature excursions; I’d always

Secret gardens hold a kind of wonder – the beauty, the mystery, the tangle of scented blooms and greenery that is bursting with life. In our busy, modern lives it can feel like there’s little privacy, few places that we can retreat to for solitude

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