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This week in the edible garden 4.10.15

Small updates this week: transplanted the rest of the spinach and lettuces. Planted many seeds including shelling peas, sweet peas, carrots, radish, beets, summer squash and black eyed susan vine. 85 more words

What to grow in early spring?

As you may have saw in my last post, yesterday I started my garden for the season.

Knowing when to start gardening can be a challenge. 753 more words


A Book Review - Do Grow / Start with 10 simple vegetables. by Alice Holden.

My bezzie pals Gemma & Chez just sent me a copy of Do Grow written by Alice Holden & published by the Do Book Co. I loved reading this book so much that it has inspired me to write this – my first ever book review!  629 more words


Don't Do This For Better Peas

That is right, a “don’t” recommendation at a time when many folks have planted their spring pea crop. Lots of people are talking about best ways to sow the seeds, optimal trellis methods and best times to harvest. 137 more words


6 Easy To Grow Condo-Friendly Veggies & Fruits

Do you have a cute little apartment or condo that you absolutely LOVE, but it’s lacking the gigantic backyard for your dream edible garden?

 I did a little research and put together a list of a few fairly simple to maintain fruits and veggies to start, that will happily grow in pots and containers. 96 more words


Seed Orders and how I spent days drooling over seed catalogs

So while I am by all acounts a novice gardener, I am a queen of making lists. So when garden planning time came around, I broke out new notepads, graph paper and a lovely pen and sat waiting for the seed catalogs to come. 902 more words


Meet Katie.

Katie is an allotment blogger extraordinaire and has drummed up super loads of followers in a couple of years. I have been a fan of her Instagram feed for a while now – she takes the nicest homegrown pictures and you are sure to want to get an allotment after you’ve seen them. 631 more words