When dinosaurs walked Gondwana 100 million years ago, they did so alongside Wollemi pine trees. Now, there are less than 100 left in the wild.
This week, Gardeners Off World is in isolation, but that’s nothing new! Plus, plants grow better in puddles and how to avoid pyjama ennui.
Gardens are becoming an increasingly important habitat to support bats, and making small changes in the garden can make a big difference.
Creating a butterfly garden is easier than you think, and even a kitchen garden can attract butterflies and other insects.
I’m starting Tendrils this week with a link to a citizen science project I discovered via Twitter – the Tea Bag Index.