Month: September 2019
Growing borlotti beans in cold climates
These lovely borlotti beans are such a joy. They look absolutely beautiful and taste great too! But can you really grow these beans in cold climates too? The answer is yes!
My delicious homegrown food
Nothing beats homegrown food! There's just nothing like a nice dinner made with the vegetables from your own garden.
How to grow Midori Giant soybean
The Midori Giant soybean is thriving in my kitchen garden. I'm so happy!
Guide: How to freeze soybeans
Keeping a batch of frozen soybeans in your freezer is so convenient! This is my simple way to enjoy delicious edamame beans all year round. This is how I freeze soybeans at home.
How to store dried beans long-term
You can store plenty of beans at home as long as you have a system for it. This is how I store dried beans at home.
Garden DIY: Storing grass clippings
I love using grass clippings as mulch in my kitchen garden. Storing grass clippings is a great way to keep it fresh longer. This is how I do it.
4 organic fertilizers for your garden
I use a few different organic fertilizers in my garden, even in winter. Adding some liquid organic fertilizers is a great way to prepare the soil for new sowings. Here are my favorite organic fertilizers.
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.
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.