If you have a lovely garden filled with fresh herbs, why not take this as an opportunity to create some of the best yet simple meals for you and your family? Whether you have rosemary, basil, or parsley, the recipes we have here will surely diversify your taste.
Seed bombs can simplify the task of filling any empty space with flowers. This post tells you how to make seed bombs and more.
Karen is a great gardener and guest writer who loves ‘real food’ so grows her own vegetables that she uses to prepare meals for herself and her family.
Jenny Wadlow discusses why she thinks living a rural life is much better than living in the big city.
Wasps are your garden’s helpful pollinators. But if they become too many or attacked your Honey bees, they can pose a problem. Get rid of them naturally with these easy methods.
Guerilla gardening is taking a new approach – modern guerilla gardeners are using high tech methods that make their work easier and more effective.
6 Ways to add shade to your garden this summer to keep out of the sun and avoid being sun burnt.
To make your garden as comfortable and attractive as possible, you’ll want to consider several different garden accessories to add to the outdoor space.
Its now well into Autumn here in New Zealand – April 2015. This beekeeping season we have really enjoyed a long Summer even though the honey flow was late, our Honey Bee splits were late – its been pretty challenging all-round this Bee Season but all-in-all we have now have some strong colonies going in to Winter.
This post describes a new concept in extreme gardening: shotgun shells filled with seeds – introducing the Flower Shell!
In this article we explain how to set a Timms Trap to trap Possums on your property. These trap are an inexpensive method of pest management.
In this article Sally gives some great natural tips on how to remove Slugs and Snails from your garden.