Green ways to make you garden grow.
Worm farms are the perfect way to turn food scraps into lush soil – and they needn’t be expensive. Janet Luke shows how easy it is to make your own.
Green Ideas editor Greg Roughan shares his tips for keeping passion vine hoppers from ruining your crop.
Get ready for spring by starting your own no-dig garden. Janet Luke shows you how to make rich soil with minimal time, spade-work and money.
Why plant your seedlings in plastic when you can make your own mini pots that go straight in the ground? Jo Clements shows us how to fold origami pots using newspaper.
These wood-loving mushrooms can be tricky to grow, but delicious enough to go to the trouble, writes Janet Luke.
Winter can be a slow time in the garden, so now’s the time to get those little jobs done – like getting your irrigation system sorted for another hot dry summer, writes Janet Luke.
Breaking down your own food and garden waste is a simple way to reduce your rubbish output – and is great for the garden. Paulette Crowley looks at three different options.
Janet Luke tests six natural pest-control products that can be used on edible gardens.
Janet Luke shares her tips for getting the best from your late-season harvest.
Encouraging kids into the garden can set them on a path to a healthier future. Janet Luke shares her tips for getting young ones in touch with nature through the colder months.
Great gardens need great soil – and compost is the key. Janet Luke shares six clever composting ideas.
The end of summer/beginning of autumn is one of the most rewarding times for gardeners, writes Janet Luke. But there’s still plenty to do.
Short on space? Get vertical! Green Urban Living’s Janet Luke shares her tips for growing up this summer.
Now’s the time to start your seed library, writes Janet Luke.
Short on space? Fear not – even tiny apartments, cute courtyards or postage stamp plots can sport lush, productive gardens writes Janet Luke.