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Mulching my polytunnels
What a challenge! I decided I wanted to start mulching my polytunnels. But this is also one of the most important spots in my garden where I grow so many vegetables. So, how to combine the two? I think I've found a good solution!
Mulching with sheep wool
I finally decided to try mulching with wool! This is what my first attempt looks like. I think it works really well, and it looks beautiful too!
Soil analysis part 3 – Mulching the polytunnels
It's time to take a look at the polytunnels in the third article about the soil analysis I did in my garden. The soil is doing well, but I need to make some changes to improve the overall quality of the polytunnel soil. And I plan to do it with (you guessed it), more mulch!
Soil analysis part 2: Mulching works!
"Nobody is making any money off these methods. A lot of people might feel provoked by the fact that you can succeed without buying any fancy products." The results are in – mulching works wonders!
Green alternatives to manure
Some say that you can't grow your own food without using manure as a fertilizer. I disagree! I almost only use green alternatives to animal manure and it works like a charm. Here are my 6 best tips.
My best practical gardening tips
Growing your own food can be a messy business. And that's ok! You don't have to be perfect to make it work. I have a few gardening tips that help me keep everything on track, while also embracing the chaos!
New garden vlog out now!
Finally! A few of you have requested new vlogs from me, and here it is. Enjoy my garden vlog!
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!
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.
Live day 3: Bokashi and new raised beds
Fall is such a nice season for making new garden beds. Do plenty! In today's live stream at YouTube, I create a new raised bed - with one hand - and praise the compost I get from bokashi.
Early sowing: My 6 best tips
The key to growing vegetables early in the season is to start preparations already in fall. It's easy to get going when you have a few pallet collar beds ready in winter. These are my best tips for early sowing.