Home Gardening blog

The Home Gardening blog will inform you of new articles published on the greenidiom website, as well as offering other short snippets of useful information and tips for green living. The website explores green issues and offers practical and affordable solutions for living green, from reporting on green activism in South Africa, to articles on eco sensitive gardening, recycling and natural building. You can click on the orange button to subscribe to our RSS feed.

Oct 24, 2018

polluting plastic

discussion on reducing polluting plastic in our waters between industry and environmental NGO's

Continue reading "polluting plastic"

Oct 17, 2018

waste water wetland workshop

waste water wetland workshop

Continue reading "waste water wetland workshop"

Oct 05, 2018

garlic for health

eat garlic for health and longevity

Continue reading "garlic for health"

Sep 24, 2018

geranium robertianum

geranium robertianum and g. purpureum, reading on their uses and culture

Continue reading "geranium robertianum"

Sep 17, 2018

earth worm farming

combine earth worm farming and gray water recycling for the happiest, fattest earthworms

Continue reading "earth worm farming"

Aug 31, 2018

garden snails

nail those garden snails the natural way without human intervention

Continue reading "garden snails"

Aug 31, 2018

bed preparation hacks album

bed preparation hacks album shows preparation of four fast sunken beds

Continue reading "bed preparation hacks album"

Aug 30, 2018

sunk beds

This seems like ages ago. the Bok Choi is still going strong, so is the chard. but as everywhere else I struggle with root vegetables like onions. I've

Continue reading "sunk beds "

Aug 27, 2018

gray water system

workshop on building a low cost domestic gray water system

Continue reading "gray water system"

Aug 25, 2018

lawn design

Bringing gorgeous diversity into lawn design. Have a luscious green lawn with no grass by using cutting edge English lawn design that will replace lawn with a tapestry of mowable groundcover and flowers and reduce lawn care to a minimum.

Continue reading "lawn design"

New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.

Privacy policy


Recent Articles

  1. polluting plastic

    Oct 24, 18 12:22 PM

    discussion on reducing polluting plastic in our waters between industry and environmental NGO's

    Read More

  2. waste water wetland workshop

    Oct 17, 18 11:08 AM

    waste water wetland workshop

    Read More

  3. garlic for health

    Oct 05, 18 09:18 AM

    eat garlic for health and longevity

    Read More



How to make good Compost.


Worms Recycle Dog Poop