Month: June 2020
Garden DIY: Wattle Edging
Wattle edging is so cute and quaint! This is probably my favorite way to edge beds in the garden. Keep reading to learn how you can do it too!
My Favorite 6 Vegetables for Raised Beds
Lots of plants do well in raised beds, but I do have a few favorites. Here are my 6 top picks of vegetables for raised beds!
Gardening for Beginners: When to Harvest Onion?
It's summer and alliums are in season! I especially love homegrown bulb onions like the yellow, red and white varieties. But when is it time to harvest onion? Keep reading to find out.
Gardening for Beginners: Sowing Basil
Do you love basil? Why not grow it at home and enjoy your homegrown leaves all summer long! Here are my best tips on sowing basil, a part of my series about gardening for beginners.
Gardening for Beginners: Peeling Rhubarb?
One of the best things about growing rhubarb is probably the red vibrant color. But what happens when you start peeling rhubarb? Should you?
Growing Rubino Red-Veined Spinach
Finally a spinach variety with a splash of vibrant red! I have tried several different red varieties in the past, but was always disappointed. This is the variety I have been waiting for!
Freeze Rhubarb the Easy Way
I'm loading my freezer with my newly harvested rhubarb! I often freeze rhubarb in individual pieces to make it more convenient. This is how.
Using a Garden Shredder
Want to get rid of the old branches and twigs in your garden usefully? Why not get a garden shredder!