Growing urbanisation has pushed farms out of the towns to the peripheries. But a new breed of farmers is taking farming by storm by helping us harvest superfoods sans chemicals and pesticides in our kitchen.
This is the second of a four-part series on winemaking and climate change. HOPEWELL, Ore. — Mimi Casteel hates the word “weeds,” particularly when referring to unexpected plants growing in her vineyard
These urban planters are designed to quickly add mini green spaces to industrial areas. Hanging from a chain-link fence near abandoned, rundown industrial buildings in Kingston, New York, dozens of tiny
For those with balcony or container gardens, summer’s end doesn’t have to mean the end of growing season
Growing up in Port Perry – a Southern Ontario region known for its bounty of fruit and vegetables – Hilary Nolan Haupt envisioned becoming a gardener, just like her mom and sister. But when she and her
How Prince Charles 'stuck to his guns' against 'endless criticism and carping and shouting and screaming'
The Prince of Wales has spoken of how he triumphed over “endless criticism and carping and shouting and screaming” to prove his once-controversial methods of organic farming and town planning can work.
Let our founder's favorite greenery inspire your own houseplant collection. Martha has too many hobbies and passions to count, but caring for her plants, she says, is the most gratifying. She grows them
Few living beings have experienced as much as the giant sequoias. With ancestors dating back to the Jurassic era, some of the trees that now grow along California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains been alive thousands
Animals might warn their compatriots of a threat by roaring, trumpeting, whinnying, barking, growling, or letting loose any of a hundred other noises. Goldenrod plants in peril just get smellier. A new
You don’t need a farm or even a back yard to have a crack at growing your own food. It’s amazing what you can grow in pots on a sunny windowsill or in a courtyard. While you won’t be able to grow enough
One of the world's deadliest fungi has been discovered in Australia's far north for the first time - thousands of miles from its native habitat in the mountains of Japan and Korea. The Poison Fire Coral