By hand pollinating your cucurbit flowers you can ensure the seeds you save from the resulting fruit will always be true to type. The Cucurbitaceae family, which consists of zucchini, pumpkin, cucumber, melons, gourds, luffa and marrows, is one of…
With the ability to clean toxins from your soil, improve soil structure and promote healthy plant growth we find out more about this powerful organic fertiliser – BioGuano+.
Just as much as we love good homegrown vegies, so do many pests species. We bring you three ways to naturally deter pests in your garden.
It’s the big 3-0 issue of Pip Magazine! Our 30th issue includes plenty of excellent reads to help inspire you on your sustainability journey.
Healthy soil is the foundation every garden needs. These six superfoods will help improve your soil health.
We show you three ways to grow more food from your vegie patch.
Drum rolllll…. The new issue of Pip – Issue #29 – has arrived! And what a beauty it is.
Protect your top producing vegies and get a jump on the new season by overwintering plants.
Issue 28 is packed full of inspiration and information to nourish yourself and the planet.
Many of us are feeling the overwhelm lately… Here are 5 steps to keep it at bay.
Save time and reduce your water usage with an easy-to-build DIY wicking bed – a self-watering raised garden bed perfect for growing vegies.
Issue 27 is packed full of inspiration and information to nourish yourself and the planet.
Growing great vegies all comes down to the health of your soil, and you can’t have healthy soil without compost. Here we show you how to make compost quickly… aka hot compost!
Our ‘Sow, Know, Grow’ eBook will teach you how to grow enough food to feed your family every night of the week.
Pip founder, Robyn Rosenfeldt, reveals how she got involved in the climate action space, why she started Pip Magazine and her advice for those looking to live a more sustainable lifestyle.
The new issue of Pip is here! And we've filled it with inspiring stories and practical information for you to sit back with a good cuppa and enjoy.
Science is starting to catch up with what gardeners already know – growing food and caring for a garden is hugely beneficial for the body, mind and spirit.
Crop Swap founder Laurie Green reveals how her produce swapping initiative helps build community, reduce food waste and allows people to eat better, for less.
Our Spring issue is packed full of sustainable living goodness. We hope you enjoy Issue 25 of Pip!
We reveal the benefits of bringing the natural world into our built environments with biophilic design.
It’s here! Issue 24 of Pip Magazine is starting to wing its way to letterboxes and stockists’ shelves across the country as we speak.