Cottage gardens are having a revival. Annuals and perennials are jostling for attention in riotous borders up and down the country. Plants are spilling over winding paths. But there’s something different about this new wave of cottage gardens. Traditionally, the land around cottages was used as a small farm, designed to grow fruit and veg for
The Frost Greenhouse (quote from their blog, "Composting Composting is a metaphor for the natural cycle which is gardening. We supply traditional boarded fronts with side channels coloured to match your greenhouse which fit between the brick walls of each compost bay which, built alongside your greenhouse, will generate heat to keep the building warm, naturally."
Take a minute to learn about a Hugelkultur--a German tradition of creating a raised plant bed using decaying wood and compostable materials. An amazing process with benefits that are endless...> http://emfl.us/BcNd
20 Creative Uses for Leftover Juice Pulp: 1. Compost It. 2. Worm It. 3. Broth It. 4. Broth It, Veggie Style. 5. Sprinkle it on top of your pet’s dinner for a healthy treat. 6. Egg It. 7. Cracker It. 8. Smoothie It. 9. Make Carrot Halwa – a traditional Indian dessert. 10. Gravy It. 11. Leather It. 12. Powder It. 13. Bake it. 14. Soup It. 15. Breakfast It. 16. Ball It. 17. Meatball It. 18. Spread It. 19. Freeze It. 20. Pop It