Decorating your home with everlasting flowers
These colorful everlasting flowers are pure bliss! We have a tradition here in Sweden where we put the everlastings between the inner and outer windows in our homes. It looks pretty and helps absorb some moist between the windows too.
Garden DIY: Building a brushwood fence
I wanted a natural-looking fence in my garden and brushwood seemed like the perfect choice. I really recommend it!
Protect your crops with plant cover
As you might know by now, I'm a firm believer in growing vegetables all year long. Using plant cover is one great way to make the growing season outside just a little bit longer. This is how I use it.
Garden DIY: Building a cold frame lid
My large cold frame (9 ft 10 x 3 ft 3) is covered by two smart lids that I built myself. Building a cold frame lid is actually really easy and helps you prolong the growing season. Try it!
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.
Fertilize with nettle water
After three weeks in the barrel, it's finally time to start using the nettle water in my vegetable garden. I'll do it on a day when rain is in the air.
Using diluted urine as fertilizer
It might sound crazy, but diluted urine is actually the perfect fertilizer. I've been using it for quite some time, and it seems like there are many advantages to this method. Why not get a potty and try it out yourself?
No-dig gardening: Creating new raised beds
I often use the no-dig method to create new raised beds here at home. My latest goal is to make beautiful flower beds with this method. Read this post to learn how it's done!
Making your own summer bouquets
Summer break is finally here! I wanted to celebrate by creating beautiful flower arrangements for my kids. Making your own summer bouquets is so fun. Nothing beats picking the flowers yourself!
Guide: Starting a small vegetable garden – Part 2
Part 1 of this series on starting a small vegetable garden was a quick guide on how to build new beds. Part 2 will be about the exciting part – growing the vegetables.
Child-proof your garden!
This post is about my worst parenting experience ever. Thinking about it still makes my stomach hurt. Remember to child-proof your garden so that you do don't have to live through what I did!