Growing vegetables in compost
Forget about those large compost piles that just lay around. Why not build smaller piles that you can use instead? Try growing vegetables in compost!
Growing vegetables in dry conditions
It's been insanely hot this summer and my vegetables are starting to suffer. But don't get too discouraged yet. There are plenty of things you can do to be successful even if you're growing vegetables in dry conditions.
How to: Growing napa cabbage (Chinese cabbage)
This is the first time I'm growing napa cabbage of the variety Scarvita and I have to say I'm very impressed with the result. I just love pink, so harvesting fresh pink cabbages is of course a big thing for me!
Growing snow peas in pots
No space left in the garden beds? Don't worry! You can actually grow a lot of vegetables in pots too. Why not try growing snow peas in pots on your balcony or patio this summer?
Tips for growing chives: Letting them bloom
Don't be afraid to let your chives bloom! Use this method for growing chives to enjoy the beautiful flowers and harvest fresh chives at the same time.
Getting a Newfoundland dog
I recently received an email from my reader Charlotta. She want to now if she should be getting a Newfoundland dog. My answer is of course yes!
How to use pallet collars in your garden
For those of you who are completely new to gardening or live in a country where pallet collars aren't used as much – this is the post for you! I'll go through everything you need to know about how to use pallet collars in your garden here.
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!
Guide: Planting and growing beans
I think that every respectable gardener should be growing beans in their kitchen gardens. Beans are not only tasty and easy to cook with but also very healthy and rich in protein. But which beans should you pick then? I'll go through my favorite beans and how to grow them in this guide.
Self sufficiency: Growing a lot of vegetables
I love growing a lot of vegetables! My garden beds are filled to the brim and we actually manage to munch it all down, all year round.