Guide: Buying a polytunnel
Polytunnels are such great growing spaces! Many people ask me about how to pick the right one. Read this guide to buying a polytunnel to learn how!Read more
Cream cheese with spring herbs
I'm using the fresh spring greens in the garden to season my homemade cream cheese. It's definitely one of my favorite spreads!
Gardening Calendar: What I Sow in June
I started to harvest the vegetables in my beds and now I have some empty spaces to fill. That's why I'm sowing new seeds! Keep reading to learn more about what I sow in June.
5 useful vegetables in my garden
I want to grow a lot of vegetables in my garden so I try to fill any empty spaces that show up in my beds as soon as I can. These are my favorite useful vegetables for this purpose.
New series: Tomatoes from sowing to harvest
I love growing tomatoes! In spring I sow many different varieties, I love the rich diversity in tomatoes when it comes to the way they look and how they taste. In this new series, we follow the tomatoes from sowing to harvest.
Chitting potatoes indoors
Chitting potatoes is a great way to get an early harvest. This batch of potatoes have been chitting for about 3 weeks. What do they look like now?
Gardening Calendar: What I Sow in March
It's time to start preparing for the season! I put all kinds of seeds in every available spot in my garden. This is what I sow in March!
Garden DIY: Creating New Garden Paths
Making new garden paths can be complicated, to say the least. But I have found a method that works really well for me. My garden paths are cheap, easy to make and close to completely weed-free!
How to grow everlasting flowers
These colorful everlasting flowers are pure bliss! We have a tradition here in Sweden where we put the everlastings between the inner and outer windows in our homes. It looks pretty and helps absorb some moist between the windows too.
Growing rhubarb from seed
It's time to grow rhubarb! Growing rhubarb from seed is a great way to get plenty of plants for the rhubarb patch in your garden. The seed viability is really good!
Gardening Calendar: What I sow in February
Sowing early means an early harvest too! The plants might not be big and fancy this time of the year, but they still taste really great. This is what I sow in February.
Winter sowing spinach in January
I did a January sowing of spinach and I'm hoping to get a nice harvest in April, or sooner! I decided to start sowing spinach in a miniature greenhouse and I hope this will give me a nice head start.