Winter has officially arrived. Well not officially, but for me first snow means that autumn is coming to an end, even though it always melts away for another month or even two. Here are some impressions from the garden on the 28th and 29th of October 2019.

The garden in images on May Day 2019

Yes, another glog post from Beyond Buckthorns! The spring has been wonderful, April was very warm even though pretty dry, and nature has been liking it. Here are a few snapshots of the garden on the 1st of May 2019. Let's just all ignore the fact that I am writing this on the 3rd and that there is currently snow on the ground again.

This Fall's Garden Harvest in One Post

Fall 2017 has been somewhat crazy. Perhaps there'll be a little retrospect on it later, but for now let's look at some of the delicious veggies we were able to harvest this autumn from our annuals garden.

We finally start the harvest season

Did I mention that the spring and summer 2017 have been awfully cold and rainy? I think I have, in every post since March! It's true, but I am very glad to tell you that August has finally been somewhat nicer.

One Year Beyond Buckthorns

One year ago today beyondbuckthorns.com said "Hello World!" Unbelievable, right? Time really flies. Like this summer. Since early June we've been kind of waiting for the summer to start, so we can blog some garden progress...

Mulching for Winter

And suddenly it's November and the winter is really getting near (there's a snow storm coming tomorrow actually!) Therefore today I got started in making our garden ready for winter.

Planting Winter Garlic

Did you know that in cold climates it's better to plant garlic in the fall than in spring? It gives it a head start and enables it to grow big bulbs by the next fall.

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IKEA Lack table - with more storage space
Nuts at Beyondbuckthorns
Red tomatoes hanging on a bush
Delicious Red currant cake
Huge red gooseberries
Three deer in the snow
Part of our organic corn harvest
Biogas Part 1 - the basics