Month: November 2020
My Showstopper Flower Bed
Look at my new flower bed in my cottage garden on top of Oak Hill! I'm going to use the flowers for beautiful arrangements and bouquets.
Storing Carrots in a Root Clamp
I can't believe how convenient it is to store vegetables in a root clamp. I make them in my greenhouse and bury carrots and other root vegetables I want to keep here long-term.
Can You Eat Vegetables After They Freeze?
Can your vegetables really survive frost? Well... it depends! Keep reading to learn what happens to your vegetables after they freeze.
My 3 Best Tips on Picking a Grow Light
Did you get a grow light for your indoor projects, but finding it hard to get it working properly? Here are my 3 best tips on picking a grow light for your winter sowings!
My fourth book – Growing with kids
I'm so happy that my new book is out! If you have been following me for a while, you might know that I try to get my kids outside as much as I can while I do my work in the garden. This book is about just that – Growing with kids.
How to Grow Bok Choy Microgreens
Bok choy (pak choi) is a great option if you want to try growing microgreens at home. You can start harvesting in just a few weeks! This is how I grow bok choy microgreens in my own garden.
My Favorite Cold-Hardy Vegetables
This beautiful bed is a colorful mix of cold-hardy vegetables. Kale, leek and my favorite leafy greens! Learn more about fall and winter gardening here.
Growing Pea Shoots in November
I'm giving it a go! Yellow split peas are cheap and cold-hardy, that's why I want to try sowing a new batch of pea shoots now in November.
What to Sow in November
I love growing vegetables all year round! This is what I sow in November.
How to Grow Microgreens at Home
Have you heard of microgreens before? It basically means growing plenty of leafy greens and harvesting them early. These tiny leaves are absolutely delicious!
How to Grow Chinese Broccoli
This is one of my favorite cabbage varieties, Chinese broccoli. It's especially perfect for the shorter days of fall and winter. Try growing it too!