Compost is organic matter that has been decomposed into humus after a period of time with the help of microorganisms.Read More Composting: need-to-know.
You could start each gardening season with a fresh lay-out if you’d like that. However the best thing to do is starting with a well-thought plan and maintaining it. This is important to avoid low yields, diseases and other problems!Read More Landscaping your kitchen garden.
A couple of days ago I bought a mango in the grocery store and saved its seed. Off course I needed to try and grow a mango tree! Curiosity took the better hand of me. It asks a little bit of effort, but with the right instructions, every one can do it.Read More How to grow a Mango tree from store-bought mango
Damn that Beast from the East! Let’s fight it with all we’ve got. I’ve been doing a lot of research concerning frost and its effects on plants, but quite in particular how to protect your precious plants against the freezing temperatures.Read More Protecting your plants during frost
It’s time for my greenhouse veggies: Tomatoes, (Bell) Peppers, Eggplants. There are other vegetables on my February sowing list as well, but let’s talk warm climate vegetables!Read More Sowing warm climate veggies in February
About two months ago I started exploring the web for new seeds to try. It’s one of my favourite things to do during the winter. Somehow it brings me at ease looking forward to a new season of spending most of my time outside.Read More Buying your first seeds
If you’ve ever had a zucchini plant, you know it’s the gift that keeps on giving. Once the plant starts growing the vegetables, it can give you up to one zucchini every day. Here’s a recipe for an easy and effortless soup, perfect for those cold winter days.Read More Zucchini loving