Even if you don't have a garden, there are still ways you can benefit and connect with the nature on your doorstep.
Growing fruit and vegetables gets children moving and gets them enthused about healthy eating.
Two planters added to bare front gardens had as much benefit as eight weekly mindfulness sessions.
Silky oaks, or Grevillea robusta, are in bloom. These hardy, attractive trees light up the sky in late spring – but handle with care.
At Jordan's Zaatari Refugee Camp, small bushes of tumbleweed grow everywhere, and seeds have been planted in hope of growing tiny Persian cucumbers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has boosted interest in home gardening. Three scientists who garden explain some basic methods for controlling common insects and microbes that can spoil your crop.
Turning food scraps and yard trimmings into compost improves soil, making it easier for people to grow their own food. City composting programs spread those benefits more widely.
Spending some time outdoors can help restore mental well-being, but physical distancing remains important during the coronavirus pandemic.
A gardening supply shortage during the pandemic showed our ill-preparedness to grow our own food. Permanent backyard veggie gardens can help us survive the next crisis, and provide everyday benefits.
The plants a Roman chose could say a lot about the person they were.
Pests can cause sudden and significant damage to homegrown food, but a little planning and intervention can help you cut your losses.
What drives people to garden isn't the fear of hunger so much as hunger for physical contact – and a longing to engage in work that is real.
Home gardens have shifted through necessity, from suffragette protest to hippy communes. Is coronavirus isolation the shove you need to start yours?
A behavioural science expert, a botanist, an environment media expert and an entomologist suggest ways to connect with nature in your garden.
Houses built more than 20 years ago are likely to be more vulnerable to bushfires than newer builds. But there are some simple and inexpensive ways to reduce your risk.
Have you recently harvested a big fruit from your garden? Here an expert's tips on how to go from jumbo to gargantuan with your tomatoes.
From happier and healthier residents to more resilient buildings – green roofs offer significant benefits to cities.
Community gardens with land-based activities can impact community food security and are a good way to forge relationships among new immigrants, Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members.
A startling phenomenon occurs after a fire tears through a landscape. So what is it in bushfires that gives plants this kiss of life?
How gardening can make you happier and healthier.