Oops I did it again 🤭 I Bought some #tromboncino seedlings from @thediggersclub and planted them directly in the ground when it’s going to be 3 degrees overnight 🤷🏼♀️ (I am actually growing these from seed but couldn’t wait so if they freeze, at least I have backups or if they don’t, my daughters kindergarten can have them 👍🏻🌱 I also planted the 4 plants but will thin them out to 2 plants as heard these go crazy 😝 Happy Monday everyone 👩🏼🌾
Since I'm currently in full planning mode for my garden I thought I might share a few older posts with some space saving ideas for anyone out there who has limited gardening space like I had! There are so many ways to maximise your growing area! So, this is something I did last Summer that was super successful! 🌿Zucchini can take up a fair bit of space in the garden and since I'm spatially challenged I decided to dedicate 2 raised beds to them and try the rest in grow bags this year. Last year I tried some in pots and the results were varied - hoping for a bit more success with the grow bags. Super easy to do - I'm trying out a combo of organic potting mix, a small handful of aged sheep manure and compost and our first Zucchini of the season is on the way! This one is Long Florence, seeds from @thediggersclub 🌿🍃
Hitting the health train hard this Monday. Summer is just around the corner people. This broccoli is tasty and super healthy due to all the minerals in its soil, no chemicals or pesticides and its boosted natural immunity #ecodust#youarewhatyoueat
This week’s #putuporshutup2018 feature goes to @stephbeaudoin20. Thanks for playing along!
September's #cantogether is 10 half pints of Apple Cranberry jam! It came out so much better than 2 years ago because I have canning instincts now! It's actually a jam and not apple cranberry sauce. Hooray! Recipe from @foodinjars, added a healthy shake of pumpkin pie spice to cut the sweetness and give it some warmth. Also adding it to @3pointsacres #putuporshutup2018 which is a super fun hashtag. Post something that you've canned with Tiffany's spectacular hashtag!
A little banana harvest excitement! We felt lucky to get to harvest these. Usually the bunches that hang over the fence are stolen. One should be especially careful harvesting bananas over pointy fences, on ladders and on the end of roofs! #bananas
So many people have asked how I water 💦 all my plants. Well, I do some spot watering with a watering can, but mainly I use my 150 ft hose (with filter) among some other helpful watering hacks. I documented it all in Episode 16 of Plant One On Me @Youtube, (which features some other helpful tips as well). Happy watering! (Sunday is Fun Day for me, as it IS my big watering day) 🌿💚