Category Archives: recycling

Part 2 of “There’s an Apex Predator in my Garden”

In Monday’s┬ápost I explored the concept that humans are the ‘apex predators’ of the urban landscape and that we can use this privileged status to do environmental good instead of harm – but that to do so, perhaps we need … Continue reading

Posted in Food, hanging out in the garden, permaculture design, permaculture principles, recycling, resilient gardening | 1 Comment

Earth-friendly Christmas gifts from Nadja’s Garden

What’s beautiful, filled with lasting value, recycled and available right now? Gift vouchers for edible garden consultations, home-grown plants and jams, and garden-themed cards printed from Nadja’s drawings. All on recycled paper and ready to post to you or pick … Continue reading

Posted in Christmas, gifts, markets, recycling, special offers

Recycled Plant Labels (aka “The Sleepless Gardener”)

In a fair and just world I’d be sleeping right now, but for some reason when my 4y.o. son wakes me up in the middle of the night, he gets straight back to sleep while I don’t. If I’m still … Continue reading

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