Approaching organic gardening can sometimes feel overwhelming. It can be hard enough to keep on top of the weeding without having to worry about using less plastic, avoiding pesticides and using too much water.
- Part of the Green series by Jen Chillingsworth
- See 'About' tab for author info
- See all our Books & Magazines
Grow Green is a practical guide and tackles a topic close to Jen Chillingsworth’s heart – growing sustainably. Packed with easy tips and advice, this little book reveals how to adjust your outdoor space and create a wildlife haven, while reducing your impact on the environment as you grow your own cut flowers, fruit and veg. Drawing on her wealth of knowledge, Jen will hold your hand as she takes you through all the gardening essentials, teaching you how to get started – no matter how small or big your space might be. From making your own fertiliser with leftovers, planting in pots, reducing energy consumption and conserving water, to dealing with pests and diseases, Jen removes the stress and simply shows you how to garden green. Live simply. Grow Green
About the Autor - Jen Chillingsworth is a freelance writer and photographer based in West Yorkshire. She previously worked in arts management before choosing to re-train as a market gardener. Here Jen discovered her love of plants, flowers, nature and the landscape and how important it is that we try to protect them. She writes regularly about slow and simple living, eating seasonally and green issues on her blog Little Birdie. Jen has written and photographed features published in The Simple Things magazine and 91 Magazine. She is married with one son.
DESCRIPTION ABOUT REVIEWS Issue 11 of Ernest Journal. Healing waters in the Westfjords; Java’s volcanic rituals and industry; in conversation with Stanley Donwood; nature and artifice on St Kilda; a new era...
The stories in this issue of Rucksack Magazine explore the theme of coast; vast, open spaces in a constant state of change. Through ‘Coast’, Rucksack showcase how these landscapes are...
A magazine for kids aged 4 – 9 with lots of fun activities, crafts and stories, plus strong female role models and much more! No ads or plastic. Issue 4 of...
DESCRIPTION ABOUT REVIEWS Inside the third issue of Faire magazine discover the stories of 16 of the world's foremost talents in craft, creative and fine art. Faire Magazine shares exceptionally...