How To Build an Eglu Cube Chicken Coop

The Brand New Eglu Cube Chicken Coop is the ideal way to keep up to 10 chickens in a town or country garden. Based on the same revolutionary technology as the original Eglu Classic plastic chicken house, with a slide out dropping tray, wipe clean surfaces, twin walled insulation, no maintenance and No Foxes Allowed protection.The Eglu Cube is Omlet’s bestselling and most advanced chicken coop.

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How to create a garden room

Looking to update a garden room or conservatory? Watch our video for 3 ways to create a fresh, beautiful space bringing elements of the outside in.

We quiz Jane Akers, Managing Editor of Homes & Gardens for her 3 essential steps to the perfect garden room, from practical furniture to accessories.

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How to make a garden pond

A stop frame animation showing how easy it is to make a garden pond for wildlife. It doesn’t take much water to encourage some pond life, give it a go!

Commissioned for the BBC programme Springwatch, a live natural history show, it was shot on a Nikon 300s and edited by Nigel Buck on Avid.

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Google Hangout with Jamie Oliver’s Kitchen Garden Project and the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation

The Edible Schoolyard Project had a chance to speak with Jamie Oliver’s Kitchen Garden Project and the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation about our three program models and reach, in a Google Hangout on global food education.


Jamie Oliver’s Kitchen Garden Project enables primary schools to bring food knowledge and cooking skills to life. The project teaches children about food: what it is, where it comes from, and how it affects their bodies. Kitchen Garden Project believes that by providing children with the tools they need to grow food from seed and prepare meals from scratch, they are equipping them with one of the most valuable skills for life, helping them make better food choices for themselves and others.

The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation exists to provide training, resources, support and inspiration to schools to help them implement and deliver the Kitchen Garden Program. The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program is now an established food education model being delivered in 297 schools across Australia, thanks to funding from the Australian, Victorian and Queensland governments. As participants in the Kitchen Garden Program, eight to twelve year-old children spend regular structured time in a productive vegetable garden and classroom kitchen as part of their everyday school experience. The goal of the Foundation is to see the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program delivered in 10 percent of all Australian primary schools by 2015. That’s over 650 schools reaching around 80,000 children with pleasurable food education.

The Edible Schoolyard Project’s mission is to build and share an edible education curriculum for kindergarten through high school. At the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley we have designed an “edible education” curriculum for middle school students – tied to state and common core standards. Our website,, serves as a resource for edible education programs around the world and visually maps the movement for edible education as it gathers momentum around the world.

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How to make a Tip-Tap

These neat little handwashers help to keep hygiene levels high in areas where there is no running water. They are part of the training that the charity ‘Send a Cow’ gives and are easy to make out of local materials. Tip-Taps are also a great project for your own garden and for schools – find out more at You can also buy these as a virtual gift at Feel free to post this video to your blog!

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Rustic Garden- Part I

Learn to make this beautiful cake design with this step by step video tutorial by Edna De la Cruz. This video is part I of how to make the “Rustic Garden” cake design. It includes the basics of how to work with molded chocolate pieces, and how to make edible grass.

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(Uncle) Randy’s Flower Garden – In Another Minute (Week 355)

– – Scott’s uncle Randy Capp has been tending a lovely flower garden in St. Augustine, Florida, for many years. Today Randy passed away. So I decided to spend a little time this afternoon, honoring the beautiful life he nurtured by filming and photographing blooms in his and his mother Carolyn Capp’s garden.

When you look at these images, I hope you will celebrate with me the beauty Randy brought into this world, including his beautiful and strong daughter Nicole Hall. The garden was started by Randy’s father Henry Capp, who left this world 11 years ago. These flowers remind me how much life and creation we leave behind when we go – and how much joy the people we are missing have blessed us with and continue to provide for us every day.

Why did I put the word “uncle” in parentheses? Because Randy was the kind of guy that didn’t like to be called Mister or by his actual first name (Randy is his middle name, just like Scott is my husband’s middle name)… and he told Scott a long time ago and later me: don’t call me Uncle Randy, it’s just Randy.

Randy was the guy who welcomed me into Scott’s family like a friend, a buddy, a guy to have a beer and a joke with. While everyone in the family welcomed me warmly when I married Scott 21 years ago, it was Randy that I had the most in common with, including his love for pets and plants. I always experienced him as open-minded and open-hearted and with a great sense of humor. And the stories he could tell of those wild American hippie days…

We love you, Randy, and we’ll miss you. And thank you for all the flowers!

The song in this video is “Autumn Sunset” by Jason Shaw of He has made many great songs available via a Creative Commons license. Thank you so very much, Jason!

I’ll be posting photos of Randy’s flower garden throughout this week to the In Another Minute 2017 Flickr album, on Google+ and Facebook, and there will probably be a dedicated photo post on my blog. By that time, I hope to have figured out the names of all the plants… if you know any of the names, please tell me…

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One Minute Tip – How to Add Compost

How do you amend compost into your planter beds? Ben shares a new discovery from his friend Leonardo (master gardener)!

Ben Gould happened upon his passion for gardening when trying to find the most inexpensive way to travel the world through the WWOOF program in Belize and India. It has since transformed his life in beautiful and unexpected ways. He now educates children on gardening at several elementary schools in Los Angeles, has recently started his own edible garden installation business and continues to seek knowledge and learn life lessons through all of the gifts that the garden offers.

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