Month: March 2019
Growing early onion in the polytunnel
What could be better than getting a nice harvest of early onion from the polytunnel? I decided to go for a fast-growing variety and it seems to work!
Fertilize with diluted urine indoors
It might seem a bit strange or yucky to fertilize with diluted urine. But it actually works really well, especially indoors. Try it!
Harvesting fava beans (broad beans)
Can you really get more than one harvest from your fava plants? The answer is yes, but the question is if you should. This is my opinion on how to go about harvesting fava beans.
Quick compost in a styrofoam box
I'm all about repurposing, so I thought I would use an old styrofoam box as a container for my compost. It works really well! The styrofoam provides really great insulation which is perfect if you want to make quick compost.
Guide: All about asparagus
Are you as excited about asparagus season as I am? I decided to make a little guide, All about asparagus, with everything you need to know about how to grow this delicious vegetable at home.
A snowy start to March gardening
I thought spring was finally here, but it looks like I need to prepare myself for some more winter projects. March gardening is always so unpredictable!
Harvesting my overwintered vegetables
A large salad is the perfect reward for getting my overwintered vegetables through the cold season. Everything has gone according to plan and I'm so happy about the results!
How to get rid of couch grass
I managed to turn the most weed-ridden spot in my garden into a productive bed. Here are my best tips on how to get rid of couch grass in your garden.
How to make a no dig garden bed
Watching my mulched beds take shape right on my lawn makes me so happy. I just love how nature takes care of things in its own time, all I need to do is give a helping hand. This is how I create my no-dig flower beds.