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Homestead Where You Are

So you don’t have land, or livestock, or a garden… How can you start homesteading where you are? What does homesteading mean anyway? Wikipedia...

Traditional pottery is Japanese Tokoname Bonsai Pots still popular

Japanese tokoname pottery is one of the ancient artistry that still exists, and is used by the people of Japan. Being an ancient artistic clay...

7 Reasons Why Gardening is Great for your Mental Health

Gardening is great for your mental healthThis year has been mentally challenging for a lot of us. It feels like we suddenly woke up...

Five Ways to Use Woodland Strawberries (Fraises des Bois)

Woodland Strawberries are about the smallest you will find. But don’t let their diminutive size fool you. These oblong berries, each about the size...

Garden Calendar for June 2020

Once again, during the busiest month of the gardening year, I bring you… the Garden Calendar for June 2020! Ta Da! Want more weeds?...

Elderberries Block Flu Virus From Attaching To and Entering Human Cells

New study explains how elderberries block the flu virus and stops it dead in its tracks. Scientists have identified a chemical compound in elderberries...

How to Design & Plant a Permaculture Food Forest Garden (DIY Guide)

Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. Permaculture is a system of designing our surroundings. It can include everything from how our home...

Ecological Veganism – beyond the Greggs vs Piers Debate…

Thoughts for Veganuary – Beyond the Vegan Sausage Roll debate… I’m pleased that high street chain Greggs has started selling vegan sausage rolls – it’s...

Making a Pond + Deciding What We Grow day at The White House, Becontree Sunday 17 February 2019

Making a Pond + Deciding What We Grow Sunday 17 February 2019 1 – 4pm Spiralseed are delighted to be collaborating with They Are Here...

Essex Scythe Weekend with Claire White, Willow Bank Farm, Magdalen Laver, Essex

Join us for a summer Essex Scythe Weekend! Our great friend Cheryl McGee is hosting a scything workshop at Willowbank Farm, which will be run...

How to Make a Bomb workshop at The Old Waterworks, Southend, October 6th 2019

This Sunday Graham Burnett will be contributing to ‘How to make A Bomb’, a public workshop on rose propagation and political plant biographies, giving...

Welcome to Spiralseed Radio!

Today we are pleased to announce the launching of our new podcast, Spiralseed Radio! Our intention is to bring listeners news and discussion from...

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