Cherry Tomatoes have quickly become one of Lana’s favorites in the garden. This variety is called Sunsugar. You can tell by it’s name that it is very sweet. They’ve grown so huge and tall. Lana found a way to get the tomatoes she craves so much. She jumps up onto the raised bed. It reminds me of myself, when I was her age, just realizing I could jump up onto the countertop to get to the junk cabinet. I never remember trying so hard to get to something healthy like Lana. Take a look at my stories to see her healthy, raw salad she made for herself to eat last night.
Et lille frø blev sået i februar. Nu har jeg den smukkeste sortløvede dahlia 🤗. A little seed in February and now this beautiful darkleaved dahlia 🌺. #idehaven#mylife#mygarden#have#garden#trädgård#garten#photography#instaphoto#instagarden#dahlia#flowers#blomster#iminhave#kolonihave#allotment#haveselskabet#cottagegarden#gardenlove#haveglæde#gardening#foliage#havefestival
We are so lucky to have a team of incredible writers sharing their low waste + sustainable knowledge in Waste Free Planet Magazine. Brianne from @illume.co has given us the low down on everything you need to know to grow 8 culinary herbs PLUS a DIY natural pest repellent spray in issue 3. If you aren't following @illume.co already be sure to go give her a follow, we absolutely love her a Brian'es account! Visit the link in the bio to grab your subscription! . . . Repost @illume.co Have you ever grown your own windowsill herb garden? It's such a great way to have a continuous supply of fresh herbs and connect to nature daily. I grow many of my herbs outdoors, but I have few that I keep in pots inside because I love having fresh herbs to cook with during fall and winter. Growing a windowsill herb garden is a great option for apartment dwellers! The good news - they are easy to grow, and you wont have to buy packaged herbs at the store ever again. In @wastefreeplanet's latest magazine issue, I wrote all about how to grow 8 common culinary herbs, including basil, oregano, thyme, rosemary, sage, coriander (cilantro), onion chives, and mint. I grow and cook with these herbs regularly and it is such a delight! Go snag a copy of the latest issue of the magazine and start growing your herb garden today! P.S. I also shared my DIY Natural Pest Repellent Spray recipe in the mag. I know many of you have asked about it. Now, GO GET IT!