The Green Conspiracy Garden
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Have you heard of orach, also known as mountain spinach? It is a a clearly beautiful, easy to grow, alternative to spinach. While spinach grows best in colder temperatures, orach does well with warmer weather, and is less likely than spinach to bolt. It is also super delicious and self seeds like crazy. Good thing we can't get enough of it!
Peas, broccoli, radishes, and a sneaky self-seeding nasturtium happy in their container. Growing vegetables with limited space is totally doable, all it takes is a little planning. By combining plants of different heights, you can grow multiple things in one container. Not only is this functional, it looks quite lovely too, very lush!
While we are proud of our raspberry harvest, we are not proud enough to save any for any length of time. But that's what raspberries are meant for, going straight into the mouth. These beauties are container grown in the city, and they didn't mind one bit. All it takes is a little planning and sunshine, and berries can be bursting in your mouth!
Almost anything can be grown in a pot, all it takes is a little planning. (And sunlight and water, of course). While we nibbled on our raspberry harvest at the end of this summer, we took out the planner to start planning for next fall. What can we say, raspberries make us want to just keep on growing.
Whether you have a balcony garden or allotment in the city, or a plot of land in the country, pests will be there. The idea of dealing with these unwanted visitors can be daunting. You don't want them to destroy your plant babies, but you also don't want to use harmful chemicals to get rid of them. Luckily, there are safe options for dealing with the wide range of pesky predators. You may just need to get a little creative!