I have been thinking of how I can better organise my growing seed collection. I’m very excited to present to you my solution utilising re-use cardboard sheet and boxes.
Seed Organisers For Big and Small Seeds DIY Re-Using Cardboard
My big and small seed organiser. Re-used boxes and old cardboard for the dividers.It works so well! You can put in or take out a divider if you need more space for each alphabet.
I don’t even have to label the box as the bags are already doing it.
The bags I am using are the ones you can buy from stationary shops.
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I was given a huge bag of tomatoes and wondered what to do with it. I decided to make a tomato sauce with the leftovers after making this dish. God sure provided, as I used all the tomatoes in this recipe.
So excited to have harvested so much kale when we returned from our holiday. The wicking beds have done an amazing job!
The final dish
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A friend of mine gave us a salad with spouts. It was just the plain vegetables and sprouts with out the sauce.
So I thought of trying to plant it out and see how they go.
Not only did they grew, they grew well!
Garden Peas Sprouts
Now that you have learnt
How to Identify Stinging Nettles, this post will teach you how to prepare and cook it.
The huge pile of stinging nettles whittle down to not much at all and now resembles spinach:P
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