Gardening calendar: What I grow in September
As you might know by now, I grow vegetables all year round. Time to get ready for the fall sowings! This is what I grow in September.
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.
5 water-saving tips for your garden
We get the water here at home from our private well. It works really well most of the time, but we sometimes run low. That's when I need to really apply my best water-saving strategies.
Gardening calendar: What I sow in May
It might actually be easier to list the vegetables I don't sow in May. This is a busy time in my kitchen garden!
Pollinating Peach, Apricot and Nectarines
The fruit trees that flower early might need some help with the pollination. Pollinating peach, apricot and nectarine in my garden is one of my favorite tasks in spring. This is how you do it!
How to: Growing fava beans
If you are a beginner in the garden, growing fava beans might be just the thing for you. They thrive in many different climates and are a delicious and nutritious food source!
Harvesting forced rhubarb in April
Forced rhubarb is an early luxury for me in the kitchen garden. I harvest this lovely mild rhubarb already in April.
Gardening calendar: What I sow in April
My gardening calendar is all about showing what I grow here in the kitchen garden, and when. This is what I sow in April!
Guide: Buying a polytunnel
Polytunnels are such great growing spaces! Many people ask me about how to pick the right one. Read this guide to buying a polytunnel to learn how!
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.
Chitting potatoes indoors
Chitting potatoes is a great way to get an early harvest. This batch of potatoes have been chitting for about 3 weeks. What do they look like now?