Normally cursed by gardeners and overlooked as a food source, these small unassuming culinary morsels can be enjoyed and even celebrated.
Rich in essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, seaweed offers a plethora of advantages for both human health and the environment.
Drum rolllll…. The new issue of Pip – Issue #29 – has arrived! And what a beauty it is.
Everything you need to know about converting your boring old grass nature strip into a bountiful edible verge garden.
The Japanese sickle is an affordable, lightweight, and essential piece of kit for any gardener who is harvesting, chopping down plants for composting, mulching or cover crops.
New to the zero waste movement? We explain exactly what is zero waste and how living a zero waste lifestyle can help reduce your impact on the planet.
These homemade dishwasher tablets will not only save you money, they'll also save your health and the planet!
We explore a productive vegie garden that once played host to family tennis tournaments. For Jaclyn Crupi and her partner Andrew Stewardson, transforming a disused tennis court into a productive vegie garden was about finding a design that balanced history,…
We bring you the herbs and plants you will need to grow to create your own herbal first aid kit.
Chickweed is a mild, sweet, subtly ‘green’ and is an excellent bulk filler for dishes like weed pies, creamy green soups and for this chickweed pakoras recipe. Winter can feel like a bleak, barren time in nature and many gardeners find…
Using sustainable cookware made from wrought iron, cast iron and stainless steel is essential for five key reasons.
Protect your top producing vegies and get a jump on the new season by overwintering plants.