Tag Archive: Vegetable Patch

The First Artichoke

With a vegetable garden if you neglect it, even for just 10 days, you can end up with a big task on your hands to clean it up and get it back into the… Continue reading

Paul’s Patch – A vegetable garden update

This is Paul’s second guest blog post for Beyond The Wild Garden and this time Paul is updating us on what has been happening in his vegetable patch since we last heard from… Continue reading

Beyond The Messy Kitchen – Rhubarb and Orange Cake

It is that time of year when houses become over run with rhubarb and that is exactly the situation I found myself in when my girlfriend Ciara gave me a bin bag full… Continue reading

Funny Friday – Are you up beet?!

The lovely people at Woolly Green shared this on Facebook a few weeks ago and since then it has been making me chuckle so I just had to share it with you all!… Continue reading

Getting to work down the vegetable patch

Following a few very busy weeks of college assignments, blogging and gardening had fallen to the waist side but thankfully all the college assignments are finished now and its time to catch up on… 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

Tales from the Vegetable Garden – Peatastic Journey

I though the most exciting thing about my vegetable garden was when I discovered my first pea growing, I was so wrong though. You will remember how excited I was when I shared… Continue reading

It’s the small things in gardening

It really is the smallest things in gardening that get the biggest reactions. I find this is true anyway and was brought home to me over the weekend when I made this fantastic… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday – Working Garden

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