After a week’s break from my Get in Your Garden! Guest post series due to the lurgy, we are back with week #8. This week it’s all about getting the kids involved with growing your own veggies, and this week’s post shows us that you really don’t need a large garden to do it.
Happy May Day! and welcome to week 7 of my Get in Your Garden! Guest post series. This weeks post is all about how gardens can get people and family together.
I’ve always assumed that it’s good for my children to spend time outside and in the garden, and I have encouraged them to participate as much as possible. I believe that it’s important for them to embrace nature and see how plants grow, and how they can give us food. Turns out there’s some science behind it proving what I have assumed all along.
Welcome to week 5 of my Get in Your Garden! Guest post series. I love my garden, and over the last 4 years I have learnt a lot about gardening and about growing your own plants from seeds. However one thing I have yet to try is propagation. It’s a subject that has always seemed a little bit daunting to me, but this year I may just dabble in it a little!
Welcome to week 4 of my Get in Your Garden! Guest post series. The weather has been glorious the last few days and it’s a great time to get the kids away from the TV, laptop or whatever electronic device that has their attention , and get them out into the garden. If you need more inspiration why you and the rest of the family should spend more time outside then read on………
So it’s week 3 already of my Get in Your Garden! Guest post series. With the weather starting to brighten up, there’s nothing quite like a good old fashioned BBQ to get people outside enjoying their gardens. BBQs don’t have to be reserved just for meat eaters, there are plenty of vegetarian options too, and today we are going to look at a few veggie BBQ ideas.
Part of the enjoyment for me of being in my garden, is the fact that I can get closer to nature. I love hearing the birds sing, and seeing the friendly Robin when i’m digging in the dirt. Birdhouses can help encourage birds into your garden, provide an important function and also look incredibly pretty.
Yay it’s officially the first day of Spring! Spring is my favourite season, and for me it signals the start of being able to spend more time in my garden. Today also marks the first day of my new guest post series, Get in Your Garden! which will include weekly guest posts to encourage you to get outside and enjoy your garden as much as I enjoy mine.