art and science of gardening for nature
Learn the wild way of growing and living, a new ecological approach explained in an email newsletter by landscape designer and writer Jack Wallington from his remote home in the Pennine hills in northern England. Study nature and reflect on the way it makes gardens, and us, stronger.
“Written from the heart”
– Ginny, Kent
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– Pippa, Leighton Buzzard
“Highly recommend subscribing”
– Poppy, Birmingham
You can subscribe for the weekly newsletter for free and join the premium subscription for £20/year (or £3.50/month) to receive the exclusive main magazine newsletter at the start of every month, full of my deepest thoughts and latest discoveries, longer articles and detailed plant suggestions.
WHAT’S IN IT?
Timely activities for each month
My top plant recommendations trialled in designs
Vegetables, fruit, herbs
Wildlife and wildflowers to spot
Ideas for you to try at home
WHY IS IT DIFFERENT?
I promise to reward readers with insights into nature and gardens, and my paid supporters with a no-holds-barred, exclusive monthly email filled with my latest thoughts and photos.
Your subscription makes this newsletter truly independent, with no advertisers or biased media owners. I feel it’s the best value knowledge I can give you, my raw thoughts that month.
The free newsletter is weekly and the main Wild Way newsletter goes out at the start of the month, members will have access to the archive of back issues online.
Learn with me as I explore this funny, wonderful world and grow following its wild ways.
I NEED YOU
My website, newsletter and online community is 100% independent, I pay for it myself and I’m proud it exists for anyone to learn about gardening and nature, no matter their background.
I add a free article every week or two with an archive of over 514 articles and growing. But because its readership has grown to be read by more people than most gardening magazines, I can no longer afford to run it without your support.
All of the hosting, site maintenance, time and email costs increase with every new reader. I can’t keep it all going without you, so I created this newsletter to give back to every supporter.
You will also contribute to my time maintaining our meadow and woodland pasture for wildlife, as well as my independent research and climate campaigning. All for less than the cost of a new shrub (that I’ll teach you to grow for free from a cutting anyway!)