Why Your Garden Needs Calcium

Calcium is one of the vital nutrients your plants need to flourish, and it’s important to prevent a deficiency in your garden. Calcium is one of the essential micro-nutrients that every garden needs. It prevents fruit from rotting as well as altering the makeup of soils with a high amount of clay. Many problems canContinue reading “Why Your Garden Needs Calcium”

Starting My Cool Season Garden

It’s now nearly the end of July which means I have to start preparing my garden for the fast approaching cool season. The transition from warm season to cool season is always a tricky one. While it is still very hot this time of year in Delaware, I can’t delay starting my garden too long,Continue reading “Starting My Cool Season Garden”

Benefits of Using Nettle In Your Garden

Most People View Nettle As a Pesky Weed, But it Can Be Super Beneficial to Fruit and Vegetable Plants! What Is Nettle? Nettle’s Latin name is Urtica dioica. The Utica genus contains eighty different species of nettle which grow across the entire planet. While nettle can be found anywhere from Africa and Asia to NewContinue reading “Benefits of Using Nettle In Your Garden”

Making a “Garden Sandwich”

What Is a “Garden Sandwich” A “garden sandwich” is a method of garden preparation that is commonly used by natural and permaculture growers. It’s comprised of three simple layers and is used to build up new layers of soil. It’s goal is to reduce care needed to grow a successful garden as well as amendContinue reading “Making a “Garden Sandwich””

Hi, I’m Kate!

I’m so glad you’ve chosen to give my blog a read! You’re bound to enjoy, so stick around! My Background I was born in Dover, Delaware in the year 2000. I’m young right? I know. At the time Dover was just starting to grow. The hospital I was born in still only had three floors.Continue reading “Hi, I’m Kate!”

Starting My Garden

This is How My Warm Season 2020 Crop Began The Beginning of the Season Typically planting for the warm season begins as early as February in Delaware. It’s then that you plant vegetables like tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers. Vegetables like these take a long time to even reach the size needed to transplant outside! It’sContinue reading “Starting My Garden”

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