As fire season rapidly approaches, now’s the time to prioritise preparedness for the long hot summer we’re set to endure. Packing a bug out bag is essential.
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+.
Splendidly sweet yet super healthy rhubarb is the perfect ingredient for baking. We bring you a delicious recipe for old-fashioned rhubarb loaf.
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.
Due to their high levels of oxalic acid, sheep sorrel leaves have a refreshing lemony ‘zing’ to them, making them a perfect addition to this potato soup recipe.
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.
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.
These homemade dishwasher tablets will not only save you money, they'll also save your health and the planet!
We bring you the herbs and plants you will need to grow to create your own herbal first aid kit.
Protect your top producing vegies and get a jump on the new season by overwintering plants.
We show you how to add varieties and improve pollination with our fruit tree grafting guide.
Issue 28 is packed full of inspiration and information to nourish yourself and the planet.
With a bit of knowledge and patience you may never have to buy a semi-hardwood or hardwood plant again.