Growing Ice Peach: The white peach
Have you ever heard of a white peach? I didn't know anything about them until last year and I knew I had to give it a try. These peaches are not only gorgeous, they taste amazing too!
My homemade rosehip puree
The rosehips are ripe in Sweden and that means a lot of picking here at home! I make rosehip puree that I can use in plenty of different desserts. Yum!
How to: Planting basil cuttings
I skip the water phase when I take care of my basil cuttings. Straight into the ground is my more my style. Basil cuttings produce many plants and leaves, and you can keep harvesting them for a long time. This is how I propagate my basil with the help of cuttings!
Growing your own food – what's for lunch?
What's for lunch? Well, we use what we can find in the garden. We are quite creative cooks and we build the dishes from what's available at the moment. Growing your own food means that the food is always healthy, fresh and beautiful!
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!
How to Sprout Anything at Home
Fresh, crispy and delicious sprouts from your window sill? No problem! This is how you grow your own sprouts at home!
My delicious Christmas vegetables
It's time to start thinking about what to eat this holiday. Plenty of Christmas vegetables are a must of course!
My delicious homegrown food
Nothing beats homegrown food! There's just nothing like a nice dinner made with the vegetables from your own garden.
Guide: 3 ways to freeze zucchini
I often freeze zucchini here at home. It works really well, but it can be hard to know what to use it for at times. Here are my best tips.
Our brand-new ice cream maker!
Why go to the store for dessert, when you can make your own at home? I just got a brand-new ice cream maker and it's amazing!
Fresh and crispy lettuce in the blink of an eye
Rinsing your lettuce in running cold water can sometimes leave you with cracked leaves. Try this instead!