Gardening is becoming more popular, and for good reason. We are realising the health benefits of getting back to nature. Therefore, it shouldn’t be exclusive to anyone.


Looking after our mental health has now become more important than ever. Talking about uncomfortable subjects opens the door for change.


My posts are about my experience with gardening. I use gardening as a tool to manage my chronic pain, which is widespread. I have a job, a family, college, and two allotments. I have good days and bad. My disability does not define my ability. Gardening can be inclusive, to everyone. So let’s make it that way. – KJ


Latest posts:

  • A open letter to Rachel Maclean, MP, Redditch
    An open letter to:Rachel MacleanHouse of CommonsLondonSW1A 0AA Dear Rachel Maclean, Firstly, I would like to ask if you have a relationship with Kirsty Allsopp as you have extremely similar views in terms of the general public? If not, you two should hook up. I’m sure you’d have a hoot. I digress. I was interested…
  • To dig, or no dig. That is the question.
    By KJ   There is a revolution behind the #NoDig movement and it’s understandable to see why. Fewer weeds, less maintenance, less watering and healthier soil. But what of those who don’t use this method? It’s a controversial topic and often leads to online bullying within the gardening community. Which isn’t on. No dig is…
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