In today’s episode we look at growing the gypsy hybrid broccoli, an easy to grow broccoli variety with large heads and a delicious flavor.
Straw or hay bale gardening is a great inexpensive way to make weed free raised beds for growing vegetables anywhere! Perfect for small space gardening as well as larger plots producing lots of food in minimal space. This video shows you exactly how to condition your bales so that you can grow vegetables directly into […]
The Top Ten Most Beautiful Gardens In The World 10-Longwood Gardens, Pennsylvania, U.S 09-Kew Gardens, London 08-Butchart Gardens Victoria BC Canada 07-Suan Nong Nooch – Thailand 06-Majorelle Garden, Marrakech, Morocco 05-Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, South Africa 04-Miracle Garden, Dubai 03-Gardens of Versailles, France 02-Keukenhof, Lisse, Netherlands 01-The Garden of Cosmic Speculation – Scotland source music […]
Iona Mclean from Easy Peasy Gardeing talks us through what to plant in March if you live in the UK.
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If your space is limited and you’re looking for ways to increase the amount you can grow, then vertical gardening could be the perfect solution for you. With a little careful planning you can create your garden so plants that are happy to grow vertically still produce an abundant harvest whilst using a fraction of […]
If you’re an organic gardener you have probably seen and used kelp products. They come in a variety of forms from liquid fertilizers to dried kelp meal and powders. So with all of these products out there what benefit do they bring to your garden and are they worth it? Lets start with taking a […]
“How about not doing this? How about not doing that?” Masanobu Fukuoka, author of “The One Straw Revolution”, asked himself this question when developing his do-nothing method of farming. And I’ve asked myself the same question over the years as we’ve simplified our approach by gradually eliminating a number of gardening products and practices. But […]
This time on Japanology Plus, our theme is Japanese gardens, compact evocations of nature’s majesty. Japan has many garden styles: from tea gardens, to the dry gardens of Zen Buddhism, to the pocket gardens of city-dwellers. Our expert guest is Takahiro Naka, a professor of garden history who is actively involved in garden design and […]
How to build and plant your own urban garden using the Quickcrop Square Foot Vegetable Gardening method. Square foot gardening is all about taking advantage of smaller spaces and raised garden beds to maximise your crop output. This is typically done by dividing the raised bed into square sections 12 inches per side using gardening […]