I came home from hospital last weekend, my body is tired and sore but getting a little stronger every day.
The sun was shining today, so we grabbed the opportunity to plant some garlic and carry on with the autumn
Wooo it’s Halloween (eeek!) and it’s a bit chilly outside! I’m having a rummage through seed packets and giving them
Images from our garden smallholding.
I received two little Boysenberry plants in the post yesterday, kindly sent to me to trial from Mow It Sow It Grow It.
I was kindly sent a fertilizer T bag by Hen and Hammock to try. The T bag is a natural
I’m excited to reveal the following book release, published 2nd October 2014 by Frances Lincoln (www.franceslincoln.com | @Frances_Lincoln), priced £16.99. Read on to
As a kid I was often told that the years fly by when you’re a grown up, and don’t they just.
December is a great month to finish tidying, tackle repairs to structures and generally plan and look forward to the coming
Fading light conditions can make time for the garden almost impossible if you’re busy, now is the time to get motivated
Clocks go back, days are drawing in quick and the threat of the first frost looms. Cold biting winds, falling
Summer is holding on by a thread and nights are definitely drawing in. There’s still plenty to harvest this month including beans and
All the hard work is starting to pay off, the vegetable garden is producing plenty to take back to the kitchen. Beans
Some jobs for July: If you haven’t done so already, plant out or sow runner beans, French beans and
I love the month of June. The weather is starting to warm, everything is growing quicker, the risk of frost diminishes and interesting
May is the month when seed sowing is in full swing, space in the greenhouse is filling up fast with seed