Month: May 2020
Growing Beets from Seed in Plug Trays
It's time to transplant my beet seedlings outdoors! I decided to grow beets from seed in plug trays this year. It worked surprisingly well!
How to Grow Tomatoes in Pots
I grow tomatoes in pots indoors and finally transplanted them for the first time. The plants have already developed plenty of little green tomatoes. Now, I'm just waiting for the sunshine!
How to Grow Early Tomatoes
When should you start sowing your tomatoes? Where will they grow and when can you harvest them? I grow plenty of early tomatoes indoors. This is how!
Beginner's Guide to Growing Corn
So, you have your kernels and feel ready to start growing corn at home. But there might be a few things you need to know before you get going. Read my guide to learn more.
Can I Grow Vegetables Near a Road?
My new vegetable garden is located right next to the road through the village. Is this a problem? Some studies seem to suggest that it is, but I have my own thoughts about this subject.
How to Use Row Cover in Your Garden
Row cover or garden fabric is a wonderful tool for anyone who wants to grow their own vegetables. This article is about how you can use row cover to succeed in the garden!
How to Grow Basil in a Plug Tray
Did you know that you don't need a garden to grow basil at home? You can easily do it on a window sill or balcony. How? Just grow your basil in a plug tray!
How to Grow Lettuce in Raised Beds
Why not scatter some lettuce on your raised beds? The seeds grow nicely in spring when the weather is still relatively cool. I grow lettuce in raised beds at home and it works really well!
10 Vegetables You Can Grow Indoors
No space in your beds? No problem! Why not just use your windowsill at home and grow indoors instead. Here are my 10 favorite vegetables that you can grow inside.
Q&A: Growing Windowsill Tomatoes
I decided to make some space for potted tomatoes here in my cottage. Watching them grow just makes me feel so happy! There are plenty of things you need to think about when growing windowsill tomatoes though. Here is a little Q&A that can help you get started!