This week on Lisa Live! I’m sharing the secret how farmers have a steady supply of flowers, vegetables, and herbs. This practice also covers you when a catastrophic event like pests, weather, or a germination issue happens. If you want to learn more be sure to read my book Vegetables Love Flowers! Founder of The Gardener’s
We have corn, beans, squash, beets and peas all planted and going strong in the garden. Our tomato ( about 200!!) and cucumber transplants are lined up like soldiers in a marching band just waiting to get their planting orders. Our vegetable patch is turning out to be a whopper this year. It’s going
The worker bees of Grandma’s Garden are busy bringing this garden to life. The cool-season peas and beets are on their way to bringing bounty and we have all kinds of warm-season plants hitting the ground running. Spring is turning out to be extra special on the farm this year. Our first Grandma’s Garden workday
This week on Lisa Live! having a look at the first beds made of the 2019 season and visiting the baby transplant room. Update on the Cool Flowers garden. Founder of The Gardener’s Workshop and Flower Farming School Online . Author of Vegetables Love Flowers, Cool Flowers, and The Easy Cut-Flower Garden . Connect with Lisa on Facebook and Instagram !
Having a look around the farm including the hellebore bed and the seed starting room. Want to learn more about hellebore? Checkout my blog The Love of Hellebores . Tabletop grow light I showed, have a look here. Sign up to be notified when Flower Farming School Online registration opens I will send you: The
Birthing baby plants. Small blocks with seeds just cracking open. Are you wondering about how to start seeds? This tutorial will walk you through the steps and if you want more instruction check out my Seed Starting Made Easy online course. 10 Easy Steps to Soil Blocking 1. It’s all in the soil. Use our