Happy Fall, all!
I know most of us have wrapped up our summer gardens, and perhaps put away our gardening tools for the winter hibernation… But I’m here to tell you that you can still plant and enjoy a fall garden! Some plants really love the cool weather and actually taste sweeter because of it.
I started my garden a little late this year… I mean only by a week or two. It was a late season start anyway, right? I know everyone rushes to get everything in by the May long weekend (well, if you live in Canada), but there are some things that you just don’t need to rush! For example, if you don’t get your lettuce, radishes, turnips, and many more leafy greens in well after the long week, don’t worry! Let’s get into some fast-growing veggies, so you can get planting!
Everyone is obsessed with raised garden beds right, or is it just me? I know they have been a dream of mine since we moved out of our little condo. There is something so magical about them. Maybe it’s the fact that they really define a space – in a good way. Or maybe it’s because they look so pretty, who knows…
Learning how to water your vegetable garden may seem like one of the more easier tasks right? Well, it’s true, but like most things, it’s easy to get it very wrong too.
I love watering my vegetable garden. We just got it planted up about a week ago, and things are already growing – all thanks to water! (And of course, sunlight hehe). It’s amazing what water does, every living thing needs it to survive. Watering my garden is also my quiet time, and time to check up on the garden and look for pests, disease, and growth.