Edited by the super-knowledgeable Heidi Rader, who teaches online and in-person about local foods and agriculture, the Alaska Master Gardener blog offers a wealth of tips.
If you want to learn about anything from crop rotation in raised beds to vermiculture, check out this awesome educational blog.
And the reason it’s kicking off our list of blogs for small greenhouses is because of the awesome post they just did on
On her blog, you’ll find a month-by-month planner for garden jobs as well as design ideas and sections with plants broken down into perennials and annuals – it couldn’t be easier to find what you’re looking for!
Mandy Can U Dig It also has sections on pests and plant diseases, garden design ideas and even a helpful link archive so you can exactly replicate the products and composts that Mandy uses. Seriously, go check out posts like
Stay-at-home Dad and avid gardener Kev and his family look like they have an absolute riot on their farm and there’s everything from carpentry posts to recipes on their beautiful blog.
Making the most of her small suburban backyard, Elien grows with eating in mind. So if you want monthly gardening to-do lists as well as recipes to turn peaches, blackberries, blueberries and more into delicious treats – look no further.
And, anxious though he may be, professional gardener David Marsden has long been on the shortlist of bloggers to watch. Writing with a wry, very human perspective, we’ve followed his gardening adventures with interest (and no little bit of envy).
You can read up not only about her gorgeous shade and sunny gardens but about homestead life surrounded by animals and woodlands. Marianne posts regularly about anything and everything, from her ‘Weed Smart’ series (which we love!) to gardening from her dog Mungo’s perspective.
Over the course of her career, Jeanne has written acres-worth of content on her blog with posts on everything from vertical growing to grub identification. We also love her recipes section which, on top of all the usual home-grown salads, has a great set of posts dedicated to preserving and pickling.
With over 20 years of experience as a professional gardener and nurseryman, he shares tips with the more than 1million people who visit his site every year. Pyracantha is helpfully broken down into product reviews and gardening articles with loads of sections to choose from.
She’s got a seriously awesome A to Z of gardening over on The Small Gardener as well as more personal blog posts which really help bring a balance to her content. And if that wasn’t enough, Rajul peppers her posts with loads of jokes which make every read a joy.
From training at The Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew to writing Growing Your own Fruit and Veg for Dummies and Spring Bulbs, Geoff has had a shining career. And over at The Biking Gardener, he shares his self-proclaimed ‘eclectic’ teachings for us all to enjoy.
They’ve also got lists of plant profiles and a great directory of public gardens that they’ve visited along with posts on all of them. So if you want to take a more relaxed approach to get ideas for what to grow in your small greenhouse, Alternative Eden is the place to do it.
And we’d have to say that Growing Nicely passes that test with flying colours – hence, why we had to feature it on our list!
A full member of The Garden Media Guild, author, and gardening magazine contributor; you always feel safe following Jill’s advice. And her wonderful blog has sections dedicated to sustainable gardening, garden visits, and even design and growing tips.
With an archive of insightful and actionable content going back fifteen years, it’s crazy to think that Sally is still putting out interesting and engaging content – but that she is! An award-winning horticulture writer, Sally’s been featured in everything from BBC Gardeners’ World to the gardening section of The Guardian.
Expect (and be over-the-moon with) loads of fantastic flowery photos and top tips on styling flowers, either out in your garden, on the windowsill, or in a small greenhouse. We knew for certain Julie had to make our list as soon as we saw the delicate and dedicated photos she takes of all her wonderful