The weather is changing, and the produce of summer has been harvested. As most things are coming to an end of the year, there are still things that can be started to help keep homegrown food on the table during the colder months.
Time to relax?
Summer has made an appearance here in the UK but is it time to sit back, relax and enjoy my garden after long months of work? In this video I explore what summer does to my garden and whether I can slow down to relax. Please like and comment on the video, and subscribe to…
The Sun is Here
The sun has arrived here in the East of England and temperatures are on the rise, it’s time to clear the greenhouse and get plants outside.
It’s been snowing this week, but I still wanted to sow some seeds. So I headed into my greenhouse and pulled together a short YouTube video. In this video I start sowing seeds for this year’s crop of sprouts, cucumber, peas and spinach If you like the video, please like, comment and subscribe to my…
Sowing a new lawn – Vlog
I’ve not been posting on YouTube recently but have been doing a bit of filming as I try to fix damage to my garden caused during the house extension.
Vlog – June Garden Tour
It’s halfway through the year and I thought it was a good time to reflect on progress so far and to show you around my vegetable garden.
Vlog – Sowing Peas and Runner Beans – End of May
It’s late may and there is still time to sow some seeds. The weather has been amazing and its perfect for getting out into the garden. If you liked the video, please like and subscribe!
V-log: Radishes and Amazon Seeds
May is here and it’s time for second sowing of Radishes and I’ve planted the seeds delivered by Amazon.com
Vlog – Sowing Seeds
Time for a Vlog! Please help my channel out by giving the video a like and subscribing. It would be great to build a small community on YouTube. In this episode, I sow courgette, lettuce, radish, peas, and tomatoes. We’ve had a stunning and really warm April and I’m keen to make sure I get…
Second Month of the Year
The second month of 2020 has started; I can hardly believe how fast time is passing. The weather here has remained very mild, and I am struggling to recall a day when we woke to frost covering the building site, formally my garden. We have had a few cold mornings, but not enough to stop…