Mostly posts about gardening at 750 metres, the Auvergne, France.
Hands-on food and culture: growing, making, exploring, eating
On long-distance gardening, brightening the community, the birds, the bees, and the things we eat.
The Artist’s Garden is situated in Dyffryn Ardudwy, on the West coast of Wales.
Alison Tindale grows and sells perennial vegetable plants. Perennial vegetables don't need replanting every year- they're the perfect edible plants for a busy lifestyle! So much less work than traditional annual vegetables giving you delicious food, even in winter, in return for a bit of weeding and mulching. Many of these plants are shade lovers or shade tolerant and will grow in a forest garden.
Heirloom Gardening and the Lives of Pat 'n Steph.
Unfortunately no longer updated, but a mine of information on vegetable growing and plant breeding.
What's happening down on the allotment? An intimate account of a passionate veggie grower.
I started this blog to talk about the many interesting things that I've learned about the plants here from both the staff and the many visitors that come through.
Introduce your blog to the world.
On these pages, I present solid information on (currently) 117 different spice plants. Emphasis is on their usage in ethnic cuisines, particularly in Asia; furthermore, I discuss their history, chemical constituents, and the etymology of their names. Last but not least, there are numerous photos featuring the live plants or the dried spices.
Integrated Design for Local Environmental Resources.
The Guardian's gardening blog.
Hortus Brambonii is a blog about nature, gardening and cooking with unexpected ingredients. I like to see plants in the wild, try new plants in the garden and discover new tastes, and so sometimes I’ll write about it. Some of my articles will be in dutch, while others will be in English.
Seed saving in Denmark.
The life and times of James Hart: his family, his music, life in Luton and his occasional escapes onto the internet.
Regular updates from James Wong's own tiny suburban patch, to show you what he's growing, cooking & eating each season. Everything from sugary mini kiwis to homegrown tea leaves await!
Joanne decided to write about her passion for gardening past, present and future
I am a nutty woman who lives in Utah, settling back in and finding the passions of my heart. Welcome to my life...
A blog following the development of a small edible forest garden in Wiltshire, first planted in winter 2008.
A foodie's life on the inspirational Llyn Peninsula.
40-something wife and dog owner, with Type 1 diabetes, trying my hardest to change small things and live a healthier and greener lifestyle by attempting to grow veg and cut down on chemicals.
I have an allotment and love growing vegetables, fruit, herbs and even the odd flower or two.
Gardening, chickens and a humorous view of the past.
From concrete covered farmyard to permaculture haven.
The Otter Farm blog is a window into what's happening at the UK's only climate change farm.
In September 2009 we started reclaiming a once loved garden. At just under an acre in size it offers great possibilities but a lot of work.
Plants For A Future: A resource and information centre for edible and otherwise useful plants.
I post in English and Spanish about my garden and allotment in London, where I grow vegetables and flowers.
An Aussie stranded in France tries her hand at an allotment - can she grow those parsnips, or die trying?
Root Crop Research and Ruminations.
A cheery allotment blog.
A gardening blog borne out of accident and a long episode of concussion.
Follow Scarecrow into a world of Edible Gardening, Companion and Moon Planting.
Visitors beware… this blog contains way too much chat, photos and video on garden plants, birds and wildlife. It also goes wandering on visits to gardens and nature reserves!
Our aim is to enable allotment holders, schools and community groups in the Midlands to grow exotic crops not traditionally grown in the UK.
Weary of the world and its illogical ways my wife and I have chosen a path towards self-reliance in all aspects of our lives.
Our destination: a beautiful sustainable garden and an eco home that makes few demands on the environment.
A person can learn a lot about plants through the everyday acts of slicing and eating them. This space is devoted to exploring food plants in all their beautiful detail as plants – as living organisms with their own evolutionary history and ecological interactions. Our goal is three-fold: to share the fascinating biology of our food plants, to teach biology using edible, familiar examples, and to suggest delicious ways to bring the plants and their stories to your table.
Musings on living a different, more self sufficient life.
The Diligent Gardener is an online gardening magazine based in the UK for keen gardeners. Whether you’ve got a garden, allotment, or balcony, you’ll find all the gardening ideas and advice you need to create a beautiful and truly satisfying private space to relax and be at home in.
Gardeners tend to be a resilient lot, hardy dependable and patient. Able to overcome the most extreme conditions, put up with set backs, never to give up in order to bring seeds to life, observe the emergence of new shoots, the explosion of blossom and the maturing of fruit.
The Galloping Gardener loves to visit gardens and dream about what she could do in her own!
Allotment blogging from Aberdeen, in Scotland
Can an average person really create Zero Waste?
The Smallest Smallholding blog follows the trials and tribulations of a would-be vegan Smallholder.
Musing on life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
A garden writer’s guide to what’s on-line.