Month: November 2018
Transplanting spinach for an early harvest
I'm moving my leafy greens from the beds outdoors to my polytunnel. Today, I'm transplanting spinach in order to get a early harvest in spring!
New garden vlog out now!
Finally! A few of you have requested new vlogs from me, and here it is. Enjoy my garden vlog!
How to: Growing sea kale at home
Growing sea kale is apparently a challenge. I think I have tried it about three times now, only having a few small plants that died in winter to show for it. I'm trying a different approach this time though. I hope it will work!
Planting garlic in fall
Garlic is one of the staples in my kitchen garden, I can't go without it! Here are my best tips for planting garlic in fall.
Growing vegetables in winter: A beginner’s guide
It’s that time of year when my garden is starting to change. Vegetables start to slouch and don’t look as fresh as they used to. Late summer is traditionally the beginning of the end of the growing season for a lot of people. But, perhaps you’ve heard about growing vegetables in winter too?
Sowing seeds in winter
Cold and snowy? No problem! You can keep sowing seeds in winter with these helpful tips.
Growing vegetables in fall
Don't waste any time! Growing vegetables in fall is actually possible, so why not get started right away? This is my three step guide on how it's done.
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!
My summery green peas
These bright green peas are just beautiful, watching pictures of them reminds me of summer. Eat them boiled with butter. Delicious!
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!
All live streams from last week
Last week I did seven long live streams from my garden, where I showed how I make new raised beds from weeds, mulch with wool and also managed to answer pretty much all questions you asked me. So fun!
Live day 4: How to prepare beds for winter
In one way one can say that I start to prepare next season already in fall. Now I decide which beds I will grow in winter (wintersowings) to get an early harvest, and how to do it. I tell you and show you how I do this in today's live stream.