Guide: Starting a small vegetable garden – Part 2
Part 1 of this series on starting a small vegetable garden was a quick guide on how to build new beds. Part 2 will be about the exciting part – growing the vegetables.
Guide: Starting a small vegetable garden – Part 1
This small vegetable garden is really easy to get started on and only takes about an hour to build. The garden consists of two garden beds and pathways between them. It doesn't have to be harder than that to start growing your own vegetables at home!
Guide: Starting a small vegetable garden – Part 3
It's time for the third and last part of my series about creating a small vegetable garden! In this part, I will show you how to mulch your beds with grass clippings and tell you more about the optimal way to water your beds.
Garden DIY: How to Build a Greenhouse Part 2
Creative, fun and challenging! I didn't expect that building a greenhouse would be this rewarding! This is the second part of my series about building your own greenhouse at home.
Garden DIY: How to Build a Greenhouse Part 1
My dream is finally coming true. It's time to build a greenhouse in the kitchen garden! Made from old windows and new wood.
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!
Garden DIY: Creating New Garden Paths
Making new garden paths can be complicated, to say the least. But I have found a method that works really well for me. My garden paths are cheap, easy to make and close to completely weed-free!
Garden DIY: Reusing milk cartons
I'm reusing milk cartons to freeze lots of things from my kitchen. It's really convenient, try it!
Garden DIY: How to use cardboard in the garden
I'm using store-bought soil and cardboard in the garden today. The plan is to build a completely new growing area!
Guide: Grow pea shoots indoors
If you want to grow plenty of fresh greens all year round, pea shoots might just be the right choice for you. I grow pea shoots indoors, in a smart plastic container that I make myself. This is how I do it.
How to edge your beds
Nice edges can make a huge difference to the look of your garden. It's a lot more convenient to edge your beds properly too since you won't trip over landscape fabric or get it stuck in the lawnmower. Perfect!