Now the weather is finally warming up, I’m keeping my fingers crossed that it’s here to stay. The Bear and I have been working together in the garden a little and this is the first year that we are attempting to build a little vegetable patch together. She’s enjoying helping me fill pots with mud and loves spending time watering everything. With this in mind, we thought we would start to share our journey out into the garden and our attempt to grow
Our first round of raising seedlings is complete and we have peas and radishes in their stage 2 pots ready to go outside, so it was time to plant our next round of seeds. This time we have gone with tomatoes, basil and nasturtiums which all came with our latest Willow and Wild box. However, as I have run out of planter pots, it is time to get a little more inventive.
We are trying our best not to use plastic for obvious reasons. Anything we already own then we are of course making use of as to throw anything away goes against everything we are trying to do by reducing our plastic waste. We are however making sure we are not buying anything new. So, when it came to looking for ways to plant seeds, we didn’t need to look any further than our own waste.