Tag Archive: Grow Your Own

Paul’s Patch – The Glut of Weeds and famine of water… Just a typical summer

This is Paul’s third guest blog post for Beyond The Wild Garden and this time Paul is updating us on what has been happening in his vegetable patch during July. Make sure to check… Continue reading

Num Num not only bakes she gardens – Kitchen Garden Slaw

A few days ago Rebecca’s latest blog post for Beyond the Wild Garden went live. You will remember in it you were promised a recipe that makes good use of some of the things… Continue reading

Beyond The Messy Kitchen – Lemon Posset with Raspberry Surprise

I love the combination of lemon and raspberries and even more so I love a simple desserts! This post combines the two of these things! The lovely flavour combination of lemon posset with… Continue reading

Num Num not only bakes she gardens – Getting Started

This is Rebecca‘s second guest blog post for Beyond The Wild Garden and she is continuing on with her adventure of growing fruit and vegetables for her family. Her first post where she explained… Continue reading

Paul’s Patch – An Introduction

This year as well as sharing my own adventures down my vegetable patch, I will be joined on Beyond The Wild Garden by two other people who will be sharing their growing experiences… Continue reading

An Adventure with Garlic

During the week I said that the vegetable garden was already showing signs of growth and I was not lying! I was very surprised to see how much the garlic I planted in… Continue reading

A home grown Christmas

While this year our Christmas was not as home grown as I would have liked, it did have one major part that was home grown! I would have loved to be more organised… Continue reading

Vegetable Garden Update

You might remember when I started building the raised beds for my vegetable garden, that I told you all the top soil I bought was not the best and I predicted weeds in… Continue reading

Seedling Confusion

I was down the vegetable garden this week and was extremely excited to see seedlings emerging from the ground. It was a great sense of relief when I seen the green shoots starting to emerge… Continue reading

Road Trip to The Apple Farm

Last September I had the great pleasure of going on a field trip with my class from college to The Apple Farm in Co Tipperary. The field trip was for part of my… Continue reading