Month: June 2021
How to grow baby bok choy (pak choi)
Baby bok choy (or baby pak choi as it's also called) is so delicious! The plants grow so quickly too, it's such a joy to see them in my kitchen garden.
5 useful vegetables in my garden
I want to grow a lot of vegetables in my garden so I try to fill any empty spaces that show up in my beds as soon as I can. These are my favorite useful vegetables for this purpose.
Planting leek in dry soil
It's so dry and hot outside! Does this mean that you won't be able to grow your favorite vegetables right now? Of course not! This post is about planting leek in dry soil, but I use this method for many other vegetables too.
Remontant strawberries: Harvest strawberries all summer
A ready supply of these beautiful red berries all summer long – it's a gardener's dream! That's why I'm growing remontant strawberries. Try growing them too!
Gardening Calendar: What I Sow in June
I started to harvest the vegetables in my beds and now I have some empty spaces to fill. That's why I'm sowing new seeds! Keep reading to learn more about what I sow in June.
Growing lettuce in the summer heat
It’s time to harvest the dill and put it in the freezer. But before that, I’d like to share a picture of the companion planting I’ve done here and tell you more about the different kinds of lettuce I’ve used.
Tips for growing vegetables in dry soil
Growing vegetables in dry soil might seem like a big challenge, but it doesn't have to be that hard! I use row cover to keep my newly sown seeds healthy, even in the middle of summer.
Tips for growing chives: Letting them bloom
Don't be afraid to let your chives bloom! Use this method for growing chives to enjoy the beautiful flowers and harvest fresh chives at the same time.
Growing snow peas in pots
No space left in the garden beds? Don't worry! You can actually grow a lot of vegetables in pots too. Why not try growing snow peas in pots on your balcony or patio this summer?
Growing annual flowers from seed
Try growing annual flowers from seed together with your vegetables. This will save you some time and also add some aesthetic appeal to your vegetable garden.