How To Lay Bark Between Vegetable Beds

Weeds, weed killer are all familiar words to you if you are a keen gardener like me. Because we all know to well how weeds and easily out grow your vegetables and you end up with no harvest at all. In my garden I have vegetable beds which I made using the leftover wood laminate… Read More »

Against all Odds – The Baby Bird Survived Update 2

This article is a follow up to this article where I am sharing the life of baby bird that fell and landed in to our garden from its nest. Day 2 We are all excited about Lucky (baby bird) and everyone in our house can’t resit checking on it a few times. We are worried… Read More »

Against all Odds – The Baby Bird Survived Update 1

Last Friday we visited our relatives down south  in Portsmouth we had a great time there, we went with the kids. We returned back on Tuesday afternoon. On arrival we noticed a lonely bird in our back garden seating on the fence we think it is a wood pigeon. We first thought it was looking… Read More »

5 Healthy Benefits For Growing Your Own Organic Garden

Do you grow any vegetable or fruits in your garden. Besides just saving money there are also many healthy benefits of growing your own fruits and vegetables. Here are 5 healthy benefits of growing your own fruits and vegetable. 1. Healthy Eating Growing your own fruits and vegetable will help you to eat healthy. The… Read More »

7 Reasons To Grow Your Own Organic Fruits and Vegetables

Buying organic fruits and vegetables in supermarkets is quite expensive than buying non-organic. Organic fruits and vegetables cost at least 2 times more that non-organic. If you are trying to cut money you spent on your groceries, not buying organic fruits and vegetable might seam the only way to achieve this. What can you do… Read More »

Fruits and Vegetable I am Growing In My Garden 2016

I love growing my own organic fruit and vegetable. I started growing my own fruit and vegetable only about 3 years ago, everyone in our family joins in and the kids really enjoys it. Our kids tend to explore more in the garden finding worms, slugs and butterflies and lady birds. We don’t have a… Read More »