Gardening provides great freedom in the choice of plants available and this winter, the seed catalogs arriving in the post with new plants for the next season show a snapshot of the choices available in glorious color printing. Read on to find out what new varieties of plants I will be growing and the totally new plants my 2018 garden. Read More
Growing garlic is really easy and fall is the right time to get garlic planted in your garden. In this post I’m going to show you how to grow garlic both organically and biodynamically so you can have a great harvest of homegrown garlic next year. Read More
Low water gardening is really important for me living in a really dry climate and it’s also a frugal gardening measure. By reducing water usage in the garden you’re saving bucks on bills! Find out just how you can grow a great garden and use less of this precious resource by reading on!
Have you ever wanted to start a garden but are not sure where to begin? Do you have a garden but the harvests haven’t been good or the produce has lacked flavor?
Well you’re not alone and there is a solution! I’m going to let you into a secret so you can have the best harvest EVER and I’m betting that there’s something on the list you can do right now to improve your garden to so you can reap the benefits when you’re harvesting.
I want to talk today about crop protection, in particular frost protection. There are many types of frost protection available in the marketplace from glass cloches to greenhouses. I need something to get a head start on the season by starting my seeds outdoors as soon as possible. Read More
The nice thing about gardening is there is freedom to experiment; if you don’t like a particular technique, you can find another. This is how we have come to biodynamic gardening, some things work for us, some don’t and we have to experiment and try new things to find out what works for us and our garden. Read More