Most purchased plants and seed packets usually contain some form of advice as to when to plant a plant or seed. In our experience, this is based on extensive research to find the best growing conditions for that plant. Based on the findings, the advice is created for a generalised public to fit a generalContinue reading “Planting”
So who doesn’t love a bit of Macro? We had some beautiful leaves and flowers Hosta, Cordyline, Dhalia, Bamboo and Lily that we’re looking stunning after a morning shower so had to take some photos and wanted to share the beauty with all our wonderful followers. We hope you enjoy them!
Go on…sing along – A WHIM A WAY…(I can hear your humming now!) Thought we would give you an on our first little haul of broad beans/ fava beans/ pillows of goodness (whatever you’d prefer to call them)- an interesting journey through growing nevertheless. We have these a try in the garden at home andContinue reading “In the jungle, the broad bean jungle…the broad beans sit tonight!”
Composting can be as easy or as hard as you wish to make it. There are a number of different composting methods. Below we will go into those we are currently exploring: Sub-soil or trench composing: Trench composing involves digging a trench and burying green material in your trench. Based on the tests it isContinue reading “HOMEMADE BLACK GOLD”
May, here in the UK – the weather is getting warmer and sunnier, the days are getting longer and summer is definitely on route! Today is the last day of May [can’t believe how fast this year is flying by] so, being the first year that we are able to grow a vaster amount ofContinue reading “What Vegetables to plant in May”