Land & Garden
Exploring our relationship with nature. From sleeping under the stars and reconnecting with the land to growing produce and creating a garden.
A Meditation on Women Drawn to the Soil
Alice Vincent reflects on the potency of outdoor space, at the heart of her new book, Why Women Grow.
Whinyard Rocks | Producing Natural Wine in Wales
The winemakers cultivating a low-intervention vineyard on a former sheep farm.
Charleston Gardener | Harry Hoblyn in conversation with Matt Collins
The gardeners discuss continuing the artistic spirit of a place through horticulture.
Encouraging Nature through Farming with Author James Rebanks
We speak to the writer and shepherd about his second book English Pastoral and his considered approach to agriculture.
Modern Life from Wilder Land | A Manifesto by Sebastian Cox
A vision for nature-first land from the London-based craftsman and environmentalist.
Brooklyn Grange | A Rooftop Farm in New York
Bringing people together through growing in unused spaces.
Returning to the Urban Wilderness with Maya Thomas
The London-based herbologlist, writer and chef on the wisdom of weeds.
An Autumnal Chelsea Flower Show with Alys Fowler
For the first time ever, RHS Chelsea sidestepped spring and is being held in September.
Investing in Nature and Restoring Biodiversity with SUGi Forest Makers
Creating small-scale forests in urban areas community by community.
The Rhythms of Beekeeping with Lia Markwick
We talk to the Sussex-based apiarist about the recurring rituals of beekeeping.
Foraged & Found | Our Autumn Windows by Fox & Thorn
A celebration of plants gathered by people across the centuries for food, medicine and dyes.
Creating an Edible Forest with Restaurateur Clare Lattin
The co-founder of Ducksoup on leaving London to grow food guided by nature on the edge of Dartmoor.
The Roots that Bind | A Welsh Garden
Nature writer Matt Collins on creating his mother's garden in Wales.
Restoring Native Woodland with Moor Trees
We speak to the Director of the Dartmoor-based conservation charity.
Light Rain Sometimes Falls: An Essay by Olivia Meehan
Reflections on the winter season of hibernation at the allotment garden.
A Stretch of Suffolk | Five Acre Barn
David Woodbine and Bruce Badrock explore their East Anglian landscape.
Fox & Thorn | The Making of our Christmas Windows
We talk to Paula Ellis about the inspiration behind our golden Christmas windows.
Tips for Tending Houseplants | Time to Make
From keeping your houseplants healthy to growing your collection.
The Philosophy Behind Niwaki Tools
Jake Hobson first travelled to Osaka to become a sculptor, and discovered the art of topiary