Month: May 2021

Seeds I’m sowing in June, summer plantings and protecting plants

Seeds I’m sowing in June, summer plantings and protecting plants

After a rather challenging May, the days are finally warming up and it finally feels like spring. The warmth, the rain we’ve had and the long days are the perfect combination for plants to grow. I feel like if I miss just one day at 

Allotment anniversary: our allotment journey and advice for beginners

Allotment anniversary: our allotment journey and advice for beginners

Last week marked our two year allotment anniversary. This got me thinking of how far we have come in those two years and made me want to share the highs and lows with you. I also feel like we have learned so much since then, 

Heritage fruit and vegetables: Varieties I am most excited to grow this year

Heritage fruit and vegetables: Varieties I am most excited to grow this year

One of my absolute favourite things about growing our own food is the variety we can grow. When you start growing food you realise how restrictive buying from the shops can actually be. Most varieties of fruit and vegetables grown for supermarkets are primarily grown 

No-dig gardening – Benefits and Misconceptions

No-dig gardening – Benefits and Misconceptions

No dig gardening has become increasingly popular over the last couple of years. This year almost everyone I follow on Instagram is doing no dig, or at very least having a no dig bed. I think no-dig is great. It saves back breaking work and