The gardens are starting to really pay off!
As we hurtle towards winter, I’m working away in my garden to get it ready for next summer.
I’ve had a wonderful summer break, though I’m not sure how relaxing it was. Here’s a catch-up of what I got up to.
All things considered, what vegetables deliver the best returns on investment in the garden?
I haven’t been very attentive to my garden lately, but that doesn’t mean we won’t be eating out of it in the coming months.
A bed-by-bed tour of the winter vege garden.
I’m getting lazy and spending less time in the garden. But we’re still harvesting fresh food regularly. How? I’m letting nature do the gardening for me.
It’s time to plant leeks! There’s a bit of a trick to harvesting a good leek, so I thought I’d take a moment to show you how.
Even if you can’t buy seeds, you can still grow a lot with common kitchen and supermarket ingredients.
A simple, quick and utterly delicious cheese sauce used by my mother to hide all kinds of vegetables, including my favourite, leeks.