No-dig Gardening Vegetables
How to grow more vegetables in less time and in a small backyard garden. Using no-dig methods.
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Micro Greens 101
Micro greens are small seeds that have been sprouted and allowed to grow to 5-7cm (2-2.5 inches). The seeds are sown closely together because the plants are never allowed to grow to their full genetic potential. Micro greens are packed with nutritional punch, quick to grow and a satisfying and simple crop for new gardeners to grow.
How to Sprout
Sprouting your own healthy greens at home is fun, easy and a simple way to introduce fresh, home grown food to your diet. Learn how I've been sprouting seeds for years and why you should be sprouting too.
Garden with Me in my Hoop House
We deliberated for such a long time, but in the end we decided to go with a Hoop House for our Auckland urban garden. Mainly because we live in a reasonably high wind area and lots of my local gardening friends were losing glass panes regularly from their glass houses.
Tour my Backyard Hoop House
There's been amazing growth in the backyard hoop house over the summer months. Come take a look and see what I've grown in my first summer season in the hoop house.