Growing turnip in my garden
Growing turnip this beautiful just makes me feel so happy! This particular variety was very common in the past here in Scandinavia, but we haven't forgotten about it in my garden.
Plants that cause burns and blisters
We had an accident a few years ago when my kids got burns and blisters from some of the plants in my garden. The plants that cause burns might not be the ones you think though!
Gardening calendar: What I sow in July
As you might know by now, I sow new seeds all year round. We have enough light for the plants outside until November, as long as it's warm of course. This is what I sow in July!
DIY: Knitted puff sleeve cardigan
I just love knitting! This is my latest creation, a purple puff sleeve cardigan.
Growing lettuce in the summer heat
It’s time to harvest the dill and put it in the freezer. But before that, I’d like to share a picture of the companion planting I’ve done here and tell you more about the different kinds of lettuce I’ve used.
Our life in the garden: Outdoor play
I just love seeing my kids play. Especially outdoor play is so beneficial for kids and I get to watch them enjoy it firsthand in my wonderful kitchen garden.
Harvesting my windowsill vegetables
My secret to getting early windowsill vegetables is choosing the right varieties and sowing early. This is how I do it!
A snowy start to March gardening
I thought spring was finally here, but it looks like I need to prepare myself for some more winter projects. March gardening is always so unpredictable!
Lamb's lettuce – The best greens of the season
We haven’t bought leafy greens in several years. Instead, we enjoy our own home grown and ridiculously fresh greens straight from the garden. Even in February!
My fourth book – Growing with kids
I'm so happy that my new book is out! If you have been following me for a while, you might know that I try to get my kids outside as much as I can while I do my work in the garden. This book is about just that – Growing with kids.
Growing rhubarb from seed
It's time to grow rhubarb! Growing rhubarb from seed is a great way to get plenty of plants for the rhubarb patch in your garden. The seed viability is really good!