Aaron Deacon was frustrated by the scarcity of natural solutions for feeding plants and supplementing soil. Thinking there had to be a better way to feed his plants, Aaron started to search for a solution.
Ah, January. The month for resolutions, new ideas, inspiration, and of course —planning for the year to come.
What does it look like to live sustainably and self-sufficiently in our modern world? We were curious, too, so we decided to find out.
After Alex (@theEnglishgardener) has spent some considerable time admiring his garden and learning about his remarkable efforts via Instagram, we reached out to him to ask him to share his story.
There’s so much about the end of the year that dovetails nicely with being a gardener. As it is for many, for gardeners too this is a time for reflection upon the year that was, of growing and growth
There’s no season that proves we’re a generous species more than the holiday season, and we’re going to press pause on what we’re doing to take a minute or two to celebrate that.
When it comes to getting a Christmas tree, your options are: cut your own tree, get a pre-cut tree, or get an artificial tree. Of the three, we land solidly in favour of cutting your own tree. Here’s why.
Is the next best thing in Christmas trees neither a cut tree nor an artificial tree, but instead a rather more lively third option? Let’s see.
Let’s take a break from holiday excitement: three artists who loved their gardens.