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The space looks wild because it is quite wild, and it’s been an invitation for me to think and live more wildly with it, writes Poppy Okotcha.
Autumn is the ideal time to make cuttings from garden herbs or repot supermarket pots for cheap and fragrant additions to your herb garden.
Work in bite-size plots, embrace your human and nature neighbours and grow what you actually want to eat – here’s our guide to how to start or manage an allotment.
For Plastic Free July, Alice Whitehead shares tips on recycling and reducing plastic waste in your garden
To help keep soil covered during hot weather, I am relying on the faithful weeds to do their good work, writes Alys Fowler.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
Find out more about Wicked Leeks and our publisher, organic veg box company Riverford.