One thing that most people think of when you think about fall and gardening is pumpkins! Even though pumpkins are thought of as a fall crop, they aren’t. Pumpkins are actually planted in the spring and are harvested in the fall. Caring for pumpkins is different than some other crops. Yes, pumpkins are a winter […]
A guest post written by Margy Lutz. Margy describes her life on a float Cabin Home on Powell Lake in Coastal British Colombia. She has a very special float garden. Her husband writes interesting books about their off-grid life.
Sad to see your summer garden go? Did you know that you can keep your garden going long after your summer plants have died out? Planting a fall garden is an excellent way to explore new crop varieties and keep your garden going. If you are winding down your summer garden, consider planting fall vegetables […]
See how to keep your seed stash organized! It took me many years to finally find this system that actually works! I forget who shared this idea, but I know I first saw it on Instagram. Use this simple genius method and you will wonder why you didn’t think of it yourself! By the way, […]
If you are anything like me, the end of summer means the beginning of fall! I know you’re probably thinking ‘Duh’… BUT, fall is one of my favorite times of the year. Even though pumpkins are thought of as a fall crop, they aren’t. Pumpkins are actually planted in the spring and are harvested in […]
Using plant grow lights during the winter can help you to extend your growing season. Find out what you need to start gardening under artificial lights! Do you still believe that you must plant in the spring and harvest in the fall even if you try to cultivate plants indoors? Thankfully, these rules no longer […]