Category Archive for: ‘Harvest’

Lettuce Seedlings In A Wine Barrel

Lettuce in a Wine Barrel

Here is a really quick way to get a lot of lettuce in a short period of time and that is also protected from those pesky slugs and snails. I plant my lettuce in a half wine barrel planter for a number of reasons. It looks decorative in the garden. It grows very quickly. It is easy to harvest the …

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Garlic Scape Pesto Via Gardentherapy.ca

Garlic Scapes: Grow it! Eat it!

This is the first post in a new series about growing, harvesting, cooking, and eating various plants in your garden called Grow it! Eat it!. There are a number of edibles that gardeners eat plenty of but that you may not see in the grocery store. If you do happen to find them at the market, they will be available …

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wild foraging for fresh greens

Fascinating Foraging and Wild Herb Ravioli Recipe

Gardening in a small space sometimes leaves me feeling envy for the the expansive veggie gardens and fruit orchards that I seem to see on endless magazine pages and websites. My new home doesn’t have much room for a backyard garden and not a lick of room for one in the front. I have to pick and choose what I want to …

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Lavender Dryer Bags

Lavender Dryer Bags

Lavender dryer bags are a natural way to freshen laundry. They are made simply from lavender scooped into small drawstring muslin bags like these. These bags are typically sold as bouquet garni bags, for adding herbs to soups, stocks, or stews. When you have filled the bag with lavender, tie it tightly in a few knots and then wrap the string around …

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Autumn Harvest Gourd Wreath

Fall Gourd Wreath

In honour of Thanksgiving I’ve adorned the Garden Therapy front door with this fall harvest wreath made with ornamental gourds.  This easy project can be made in just a few steps which is great because there is turkey and cranberry sauce and pumpkin soup and so much more to get to.

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Free tomato seed packet printable

Tomato Seed Envelopes and Free Printable Label

If you’ve been busy saving heirloom tomato seeds and want a cute and simple way ensure they are labeled for the coming year then I’ve gotcha covered.

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