On the verge of a new way of gardening: do we need to change what we grow?
I’ve always written about our gardens being seen as mini-wildlife reserves, eco systems we protect and observe rather th
Wild patch: the challenge of a wildlife friendly allotment
My allotment is not like most, I don’t have raised beds, I let weeds grow because I love them and I produce food for us
I was pottering around outside today in our little urban garden and while watering the ferns I spotted that little badger up t
Mossy Rock (part one)
Some strange ideas run through my mind and I admit this is among the strangest. Last year I had to replace a section of fence
Chris and I popped up to Yorkshire this weekend to celebrate my birthday and my mum’s, both on bonfire night the fifth of No
Will Apple images save planet Earth?
Over the last year I’ve been thinking of creating an app that uses people’s smartphone geolocation to tag every pl
Designing for wildlife
This video is quite long but the presentation within it is important and well worth watching in full. It talks about the impor
Allotment month 12: proof is in the potatoes
It’s been a year since I was given my 125 sq metre allotment and what a wonderful, soulful, reflective, fun, heartening