Editor and writer of the new magazine, The Indigenous Gardener, Anno Torr, is a passionate lover of South African flora. Her passion has evolved into a deep concern for the survival of our floral heritage, the environment they inhabit and the organisms they co-exist with.
The Indigenous Gardener is an on-line gardening magazine, which aims to foster the understanding that the natural systems that work to keep our environment in balance are as important within our gardens as they are within our last remaining natural areas. Whatever your preferred design style, whether a wild garden or the more traditional ‘tidy and pretty’ garden, it is possible to achieve it in a sustainable manner that will help to create wildlife habitats and corridors of connectivity between urban gardens and our cities’ wild open spaces.
Articles focus on all aspects important to garden eco-systems, from creepy crawlies, fungi, reptiles, birds, butterflies ‘n bees, to garden design, indigenous plants, soil structure, climate and sustainable gardening practices.
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