• How to Bind Loose Pages Together

    Things you need: A sewing machine A nail A hammer Cardboard and some kind of board Waxed thread Thick sewing needle First of all divide your book to 8-10 page bunches and sew…

  • Dandelion Coffee

    For a long time I had in mind to make dandelion coffee. It grows abundantly in the garden, has many health benefits and it’s much more sustainable than regular coffee because YOU can…

  • Protecting Seedlings from Harsh Sun

    Seedlings from cucurbitaceae family (cucumbers,zucchini, pumpkins), peppers, some flowers and herbs need protection from direct sun until they establish. An easy way to create some shade for them is to place plastic vegetable…

  • Improvised Low Tunnel

    With the weather being so unexpected this year, I didn’t want my potatoes to freeze. So I made an improvised low tunnel to protect them. There were some willow branches that I collected…

  • Pvc Pipe Low Tunnel

    For a long time we wanted to make a low tunnel using pvc pipes.They are durable, water resistant and lightweight. By chance my parents had a special tool for connecting the pipes with…

  • Galium Aparine (Cleavers) // Yoğurt Otu

    Cleavers come out in abundance in late winter to spring. They cling to clothes, cats, anything that is close by! They start to show up as early as January and grow rapidly in…

  • Making Beads with Fig Tree Shoots

    You can easily make your own beads from young tree shoots.I first saw this idea at @foragedfibers feed in which she uses willow and dogwood branches. In our garden we have a couple of…

  • Growing Plants from Cuttings

    Whenever I see a plant I like I just take a little cutting about 10 cm long with at least 2 eyes on it and stick it in a pot filled with loose…

  • Garden in February

    Spinach plants that I sowed at the end of September are going strong. They endured snow and freezing weather! Broccoli is fruiting Swiss chard’s leaves are getting larger, Fennel is giving out new…