Chives, basil and parsley (Photo by Pixabay)

How to preserve herbs

Laura Langston

Using herbs you’ve harvested and preserved is a good way to keep the memory of summer alive. There are a number of ways to preserve herbs for the winter.

Carol Pope's compact but bountiful kitchen container garden. (All photos by Carol Pope)

9 fabulous edibles for kitchen garden

Carol Pope

From the cluster of terracotta pots in her container kitchen garden, Carol Pope picks herbs, strawberries, blueberries, currants, and even figs and apples.

Chive blossoms (Photo by Carol Pope)

5 bee-supporting perennial edibles to grow

Carol Pope

These 5 perennial edibles grow without fuss, look gorgeous, add fabulous flavour and health-boosting goodness to your meals. And their flowers support bees.

Woolly thyme thrives on a sun-warmed rock. (Photo by Brendan Zwelling)

Thyme: right plant, right place

Judith Adam

If you’ve had a look at the summer issue of Garden Making, you might notice the editor’s message makes a ...