Her view with our 'borrowed' garden (Japanese: shakkei; Chinese: jièjǐng)
The maples are exhibitionists in autumn
Many gardens are deserts of lawn, packed with herbicides and pesticides
Lichens and mosses are important for life
The first Iris to bloom splashes colour in the sombre garden of the Seven Sages.
With global warming, such diseases will become more prevalent.
Robert Pogue Harrison wrote in Gardens: An Essay on the Human Condition: 'For millennia and throughout world cultures, our predecessors conceived…
We easily forget that insects are essential to agriculture, ecosystems and healthy biodiversity.
Reading the morning newspaper is the realist’s morning prayer. . .
The Great Australian Dream of a quarter-acre suburban detached house is ‘unjust’ and needs to be challenged . . .