Green Living advice on organic gardening and growing your own fruit and vegetables

An hour in the eco garden: November

Hazel Sillver
| 6th November 2012
Now is the time to plant things that will provide bees and butterflies with food next year. But fear not, this doesn’t mean your garden has to start looking like a field. Hazel Sillver suggests three planting schemes of biennials and perennials for an elegant nectar border.

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The A to Z of livestock

The A to Z of smallholdings

Lisa Stephens
| 8th May 2012
Take one Alpaca, a scattering of silkworms, a couple of cows and a group of goats, and you could just be the next Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Lisa Stephens presents the A to Z of smallholdings

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cut flowers

How to… buy cut flowers

Rebecca Campbell
| 16th March 2012
Sunday is Mother's Day, which for many of us, means flowers. But how green are your blooms and can you really get a bunch that doesn’t come with a price for the planet?

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