We are delighted to announce the launch of the Spring Edition of the Soiled and Seeded Magazine. This is our third issue and as always we present a wide-ranging and unique collection of gardens and gardeners. This edition includes a tour through a dazzling collection of orchids, a trip through the woods foraging for field garlic and a glimpse of the eclectic storefront gardens of Toronto.

And of course, it is all free and available only online: soiledandseeded.com

From Toronto to Kyoto and Vancouver to Dundas – thank you to all of our contributors!

Issue 3 – The Spring Edition

An Orchid Oasis – Bethany Horne

Field Garlic: From Woods to Table – Marie Viljoen

All Change Please – Fiona Mizani

Environmental Youth Alliance: A Conversation with Julia Thiessen – Amy Tran

Fava Beans: Hardworking and Delicious – Bonnie Monte

Posies and Diversity at La Primavera Farms – Melissa Benner

Branching Out: Bur Oak (Quercus macrocarpa) – Todd Irvine

Portrait of a Gardener: An Ideal Shade of Green – Andrew Boyd

Window Shopping: The Plants are Not for Sale – Mikael Lavogiez


Soiled and Seeded Magazine was featured in “Ground: Landscape Architect Quarterly”, published by the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects.

We’ve redesigned the Soiled and Seeded blog, so be sure to drop in for a regular stream of fresh finds

We are always looking for contributors for future issues. If you have a story idea, please get in touch. We would love to hear about guerilla gardening movements, public gardens, portraits of gardeners and gardens. If you are interested in submitting a piece, or know someone who would be, you can find all the information and submission details here.

Thanks to everyone for their enthusiasm and support and help us continue to get the word out. Pass along our link and mention Soiled and Seeded to family, friends and strangers.

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