i am so excited! this year we tried growing sweet potatoes by our own for the very first time and i really wasn’t sure if it will work out. i read somewhere that they need more than 100 days of sun, … Continue reading →
this summer’s vacation is over and it seems that also summer has already passed. it was only recently that my parents harvested those wonderful bright orange apricots in their garden and shared them with us, because they have been so many.
spring is approaching. but there is nothing yet to harvest in our garden except some lettuces which survived the mild winter and some kale. but the nature already offers some fresh things for your plates: bear’s garlic and stinging nettles.
it’s end of february. only a few more weeks and spring is approaching. time to plan your kitchen garden. a strong desire for spring (and a new technical gimmick) made my garden plan colorful this year. i hope you like it. … Continue reading →
while we currently have a hilarious number of grey winter days it is the perfect time to crack some nuts which we collected in autumn. as during winter there is not much to do for a gardener it is time to enjoy the … Continue reading →
it seems that it is autumn now. not the best news for a gardener if you ask me, but there are still some things to harvest. apples, pumpkins, cabbage, nuts and of course the beautiful golden shining and wonderfully smelling … Continue reading →
this years tomato harvest is simply amazing. we really had a lot of plants which we grew very successfully from seeds and the summer seemed to be absolutely favorable to ripen the tomatoes. almost all of them turned red this summer so i was … Continue reading →
some days ago i listened to a debate on the radio about the 20 cm courgette, which is usually offered by supermarkets. the critic was that the 20 cm dogma suggests that only this small courgettes are delicious.
these are the first apples from our terrace. in spring we bought a column apple tree which is growing very slender, so on every terrace or balcony it would have enough space. it will grow only horizontally without the branches we usually know … Continue reading →