Month: January 2020
Update: News on the blog!
Welcome to my new website! I have a few new features that I really like. I'm especially excited about the Q&A section!
Growing delicious celeriac
Would you like to start growing celeriac in your own garden too? These are my best tips on growing celeriac at home!
How to create deep raised beds
The deep raised beds in my garden are amazing! I love growing vegetables in them since I know from the start that anything I sow or plant in them will produce such a good harvest.
Guide: Using wood chips in the garden
This is one of my favorite materials to use in the garden! Wood chips are both extremely useful and also quite pretty next to the bright green plants. Learn all about them in this guide.
Growing carrots all year round
Being self-sufficient in carrots is amazing! I do it by growing carrots all year round. It's actually surprisingly easy with a bit of planning. This is how it's done.
Sowing flowers in winter
I start sowing flowers early, even in winter. It works really well, try it!
6 vegetables I winter sow
I know it's the middle of winter but I just can't wait! My fingers are itching so I decided to winter sow 6 of my favorite vegetables.
Time to get a polytunnel!
If you want to optimize your gardening and grow all year round, it's time to get a polytunnel!
Growing Your Own Vegetables – For Beginners
How do potatoes grow? Where are the snap peas located? How many radishes grow from each seed? I’ll share my best tips on how to grow vegetables as a beginner below, so you don’t have to wonder anymore!
Winter-sowing in a cold frame
I generally do two types of sowing in winter: First of all the vegetables I sow and leave to grow in the same spot. And then of course the vegetables I pre-sow and move somewhere else. Today, I'm winter-sowing in a cold frame outside.