Friday, 19 August 2016

Catching Up

Loving Onions

Onion have long been an important part of my every day diet. Knowing how to grow and harvest onions has been of great benefit.

Courtesy:  California Gardeninghttps://youtu.be/Wg4kFG1PUuE

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Vacation Time

The mountains have become a source of great encouragement and joy now that I am on vacation. So many fun adventures to relate in future blogs.

Spend much time gathering fruits, vegetable and much needed ground provisions for cooking. There is much to be said about "playing with food". In my case I meant experimenting with different dishes.

Cooking Time






Saturday, 9 January 2016

Into 2016

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Hello Again. Happy Belated Christmas 2015 and A warm welcome into the possibilities of a much greener 2016.
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My Container gardening for 2015 had produce 1 green bell pepper and has seen the growth of 2 plants of garlic plants. Yeah me...

Now that the New Year is here I look forward to greater planting and harvesting with smiles, frowns, sadness, apprehension and all other emotions.

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Planting In my Zone

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Over the weekend I container planted two onion bulbs and about 4-5 garlics. I just wanted to do this.... I wanted to feel nature and be part of my own.

Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Germination without Soil

Have you ever thought of obtaining seedlings without soil? Yes we have always wanted a slightly less messy approach to garden. The following video will aid you in this quest. Enjoy.....

Courtesy: ehowgarden

Sunday, 20 September 2015

Tips in Economical Gardening

It's always important to use and reuse items that are already available in and around your garden. The video below provides a few more tips and ideas for gardening essentials.

Courtesy: GrowVeg

Monday, 14 September 2015

Growing Carrots in Small Spaces

Whether you have a small backyard garden, a patio, a porch or a window silt. with a few containers, a small space can be transformed into a lush greenery.

Courtesy: The Patio Gardeners