Posted on March 6, 2017 by Sarah the Gardener
The overlap into autumn, the next season has officially begun. It is kind of weird because, aside from the onions and garlic, the transition from winter to spring is effectively a blank canvas. The beds are empty, cold and often…
Tags: Early Autumn, GARDENING, Growing Vegetables, How to create a nursery garden, March, New Zealand, overlapping seasons, Sarah O'Neil, Sarah the Gardener, sowing cool season seeds, sowing seeds
Posted on February 5, 2016 by Sarah the Gardener
This is the time of year when I need to think about the crops I want to feed my family in the winter. I don’t want to think about winter. I want to make the most of what is left…
Tags: brassica, February, GARDENING, how to make a nursery bed, Late Summer, net curtain cloche, New Zealand, nursery bed, Sarah O'Neil, Sarah the Gardener, sowing cool season seeds
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