Easy Peasy Saladings

Salad is my great love. Because I need at least one daily bowl and because I jam alot into each day – I’ve got salad growing down to a fine art. Here’s my easy peasy direct sown salads. The method I’m sharing today is for looseleaf lettuce, not hearting ones. Looseleaf sown thickly creates a […]

Midsummer sowings

A mid summer sown row of dwarf beans and a zucchini are just what the doctor ordered to keep your garden ticking over. They’ll both be ready in a few months time – give or take – to land you with a most useful March harvest. Broccoli, sown now, is also useful come Autumn. Tray […]

December In The Vegie Patch

What a charming spring we’ve had! Untimely cold snaps and prolonged wet periods have a big impact – rust and other delightful fungi explode and growth slows. It’s a boo when stuff doesn’t grow well, don’t I know it. But don’t be blue! Shake it off! If you wonder why, the flop crops will help […]

November In The Vegie Patch

I love November because Asparagus and Broadbeans are in it. Two of my favourites! Together! At the same time!  Here’s my asparagus patch – my pride and joy. Make sure you read to the end of the post because I’ve made a little bonus video for you. The November Weather/ Soil Watch November’s weather is […]