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The alternatives #2: Clay and coir

Clay pots

Probably the one type of biodegradable plant pot we’ve all used at one time or another, clay pots have a fine pedigree: they were the go-to pot of choice for all Victorian estate gardeners, and remain the benchmark for classy gardens everywhere. 956 more words



Coir fiber is the part of the coconut shell to be torn. This product is widely used in handicrafts or for covering the roots of plants, media (for growing vegetables). 235 more words

Boat Mosaic

Living my truth... No more Lye!

After being relaxed from the age of four, I had become very curious to know what my natural hair texture looked and felt like. This thought has crossed my mind several times in between relaxers, before I actually made the decision to stop relaxing. 612 more words

Eco-friendly Alternatives to Plastic for Propagation

There is now an increased focus on the excessive uses of plastic in gardens, so what approaches can gardeners take when it comes to eco-friendly options for sowing and growing your seedlings? 803 more words


Choosing a natural fibre rug

Natural fibre rugs are a go-to favourite, and for good reason.  Jute, sisal, seagrass and coir rugs are easy to care for, affordable and eco-friendly. Their natural, earthy texture makes them amazingly versatile, and a perfect neutral addition to any room. 427 more words

Design & Decor

Start your own seeds indoors

Start your own seeds indoors?At one time, I thought that plant propagation meant simply sticking a seed in the ground and watching it grow. That might be okay for vegetables like beans, cucumbers, melons and squash, or some ornamentals. 732 more words

Making Black Gold