Gardening Calendar: What I sow in February
Sowing early means an early harvest too! The plants might not be big and fancy this time of the year, but they still taste really great. This is what I sow in February.
Gardening Calendar: What I sow in August
I won't give up on the growing season, even though it's August in zone 3. I sow new seeds now so I can harvest vegetables later in fall. This is what I sow in August.
Vegetable Gardening for Beginners: Growing Blueberries
What could be more luxurious than picking delicious blueberries from your own garden? Read this guide about gardening for beginners to find out more!
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!
Gardening for Beginners: Peeling Rhubarb?
One of the best things about growing rhubarb is probably the red vibrant color. But what happens when you start peeling rhubarb? Should you?
How to use Horse manure as Fertilizer
Horse manure is actually a really great fertilizer that you can use in your garden at home. But there's plenty to think about before starting. Here are my best tips on how to use horse manure as fertilizer, in the first post of my new series about this topic.
10 Cabbage varieties and how to use them
New to cabbage? Read my guide about 10 popular cabbage varieties that you can grow at home.
Oak Hill Cottage Garden - May 2019
I'm making great progress with Oak Hill Cottage Garden, both inside and out. This is what the cottage garden looks like in May!
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.
New series: Tomatoes from sowing to harvest
I love growing tomatoes! In spring I sow many different varieties, I love the rich diversity in tomatoes when it comes to the way they look and how they taste. In this new series, we follow the tomatoes from sowing to harvest.