Building biodiversity in your garden means you’ll grow healthier plants with fewer pest and disease problems.
Wicking beds are a great solution for growing vegies (and some fruit trees) where water is scarce or in tricky spots in the garden.
By planting a heritage or heirloom apple variety in your garden, you can help preserve varieties that might otherwise be lost.
Weeds provide many uses and benefits, both to you as a gardener and to the many creatures who live in your soil.
Fruit growing in your backyard can be very solitary, but community gardening can be a great way to come together to share skills & grow food.