Welcome to the inaugural issue of Soiled and Seeded, an online zine that expands and excites conventional thinking around gardens. We go well beyond the instructional manual and dig deep to offer a refreshing and engaging take on garden culture.

A lot of ground is covered here, all in the attempt to explore the varied and impassioned collaboration human beings have with the natural world. Plants, and our own varied experience with their absurd abundance always provides for a vivid narrative.

Soiled and Seeded hopes to offer a vibrant venue in which to cultivate and explore garden culture.



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The Tree of Heaven (or Hell)

Barbara Ozimec

The sudden appearance of Alianthus altissima in the garden can elicit alarm and earnest eradication tactics from many homeowners. The canopy has been sheered, the trunk cut and the formidable roots wrestled out of the ground. Read




Baba Link Farm: Exploring the Heart and Art of Agriculture



Scripts in Bloom, Uncovering Gardens of the Past



A Summer of Sustenance and Sustainability



Walnuts in Schmöckwitz



Not Far From The Tree: A Conversation with Laura Reinsborough



Branching Out: Ailanthus altissima



Portrait of a Gardener: For the Love of Birds



For the Guerilla Gardener: Seedbomb Dispensers



Funky Forest - An Engaging and Immersive Ecosystem



The Crack Garden - Cultivating Concrete



FloriCulture: Past and Present



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