• Salad harvest at Homeacres, late December

    Winter Update: How can it be February already?

    January has flown by, a busy month, including working on the final edit of our book and going on holiday. The No Dig Home and Garden has now gone back to the publishers and off to the designer, exciting times!

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    Stephanie’s kitchen garden “is not only a labour of love, it is a labour of brilliance and expertise.” Kevin McCloud

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About Me

I am an organic kitchen gardener, chef and writer based in Somerset, England where I grow beautiful vegetables, fruit, flowers and herbs using no dig methods in harmony with nature.

Some of the herbs I use to make potions

Talks and workshops

I offer fully illustrated talks on the following topics, which can be adapted to suit different audiences.

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No Dig Home blog

Small scale homesteading in Bruton, Somerset

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Salad harvest at Homeacres, late December

Winter Update: How can it be February already?

January has flown by, a busy month, including working on the final edit of our book and going on holiday. The No Dig Home and Garden has now gone back to the publishers and off to the designer, exciting times!

Gathering flowers and herbs

Interview in Green Gardens

I was interviewed last month by Green Gardens about no dig gardening and other aspects of my work.

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No Dig Organic Home and Garden

The book I have written with Charles Dowding will be published 1 May 2017

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No Dig Organic Home and Garden

The book I have written with Charles Dowding will be published 1 May 2017

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No Dig Home

I have started another blog NoDigHome.com to compliment this website, where I will be mostly writing about the No Dig gardening I do in my gardens and allotment and some aspects of my home life – preserving, seasonal food, potions, etc. 

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Permaculture

No dig gardening is an example of good permaculture practice in action as it is so efficient: less work and resources are needed to create a productive, sustainable, wildlife friendly and abundant vegetable garden..

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