Tag: winter

Calendula in Winter for Pollinators

Spring is coming, and though the weather is still snappy-chilly, it won’t be long before our pollinators are buzzing about. In our Level Zero flower calendar (the ‘just-chuck-em-in’ kind), Calendula are perfect to sow in August (though any time Autumn to Spring is fine too).

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To the tunnels! ๐Ÿ‘‰

With no greenhouse, we get a jump on the growing season with these easy temporary poly tunnels. With a few tips and tricks, give your plants the best chance for a head start.

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Level Zero Asparagus

Asparagus is a Level Zero gardening treasure. It isn’t that fussy, will likely grow without attention and pop up with surprise goodies every Spring to remind you that you are still kicking goals. Sweet. ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ‘Œ๐ŸŒฟ

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Try Trenching

Not enough space or time for composting, or just not keen? Try trenching instead to use your food waste, no matter how big or small your place is.

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Haiku, more than just poems

Haiku in the garden are valuable. They help us to slow down, to be still and quiet for a moment, and feel the season. They are the beginning of a conversation with the place where we grow.

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