5 Vegetables to Grow in January
Spring might feel very far away. But don't worry! You can grow in January too. Here are my five favorite vegetables to grow in winter.
Growing leafy greens in winter
It's cold and dark outside, so what could be better than preparing for spring? I do it by growing leafy greens in winter.
Growing Vegetables in Winter: December Sowing
I finally did a winter sowing in my red grow box! Several different types of leafy greens. I look forward to harvesting them in early spring. Do you want to learn more about growing vegetables in winter? Keep reading!
Garden DIY: Reusing milk cartons
I'm reusing milk cartons to freeze lots of things from my kitchen. It's really convenient, try it!
How much mulch do I need?
It's time to cover my garden with mulch. But the question is: How much mulch should I use?
Garden DIY: Making a woven compost basket
This large woven compost basket is like a work of art. Do you want to build one too? Read this article to learn how to make your own.
Sowing new seeds in fall
I know it's late, but I have decided that the growing season is not quite over yet. It's still reasonably warm here so I decided to sow new seeds in fall too!
Propagating blackberries with tip layering
I recently found five branches with new roots on my thornless blackberry bush in the polytunnel. I decided to plant them and now I'm just waiting for them to grow!
Growing pointed cabbage
I have plenty of lovely cabbage heads in my kitchen garden right now. I made cabbage rolls the other day from my homegrown pointed cabbage. Delicious!