Month: January 2019
Green alternatives to manure
Some say that you can't grow your own food without using manure as a fertilizer. I disagree! I almost only use green alternatives to animal manure and it works like a charm. Here are my 6 best tips.
6 tips for storing bokashi compost in winter
It doesn't matter if you live in a house with a garden or an apartment, these 6 tips are useful for anyone who wants to store their bokashi compost over winter.
Growing light-germinating seeds – my 6 favorites
Plenty of vegetables have light-germinating seeds, perhaps more than you would think! These are my 6 favorite vegetables with light-germinating seeds.
Winter sowing in pots
It's cold up here in zone 3, but I wanted to do a winter sowing of broccoli that I can harvest early in spring. I decided to do a sowing in pots in my polytunnel. This is how to do it!
Growing winter vegetables: Guide to Winter sowing
When it comes to growing vegetables, some of you might not think much about this season. But I'm actually a big fan of growing winter vegetables and I hope you will try it too! Start by reading my guide on winter sowing here.
Wintersowing: My best tips
I wintersow a selection of mixed seeds in winter to get a nice harvest of fresh vegetables in early spring. Wintersowing is really easy, try it!