Francine raymond is an author and an expert on keeping chickens. Whether you’re looking to farm a balcony, backyard, an allotment or an acre, My Tiny Home Farm is bursting with ingenious ideas and savvy solutions to help you transform any plot or planter into a super smallholding. Visit a rooftop in brooklyn, explore a Swedish koloni plot, and enjoy the harvest at an organic vineyard in England.
My Tiny Home Farm: Simple Ideas for Small Spaces #ad - . She writes about her experiences for The Sunday Telegraph and Gardens Illustrated and blogs at www. Kitchen-garden-hens. Co. Ukafter a lifetime on an acre in suffolk populated with hens and ducks, she now gardens a small town plot by the sea in Whitstable with the help of her grandsons and a few bantams.
The Garden FarmerRandom House UK #ad - Or perhaps you will raise a small flock of ducks or geese, and spend celebratory hours in a haven of your own creation? Each chapter of The Garden Farmer offers insight into the topics and projects you might be contemplating that month, or even a couple of pigs? Could this be the year you decorate your home with nature’s adornments, encourage wildlife back to pollinate your trees and plants, along with planting notes and timely advice, and a recipe that honours the fruits of your labour.
. Maybe you would like to get outside more, some fruit trees or bushes for preserving, grow a few essential vegetables, and create a scented kitchen garden to provide for you year round. Whether you are a keen gardener looking for inspiration, or just starting out and wanting to rediscover and reclaim your patch of earth, Sunday Telegraph garden-columnist Francine Raymond lays the groundwork for a bountiful year of garden farming.
The Garden Farmer #ad - What could be more satisfying?The Garden Farmer is an evocative journal and monthly guide to getting the most out of your garden throughout the year. Selected as a book of the year 2017 in you magazine'a lavish monthly guide to getting the most from your garden' Daily MailA punnet of plums from your tree, a handful of gooseberries; home-grown nuts and herbs, and a few freshly laid eggs from your hens – all enjoyed in your own small plot.
With just a little effort and planning, every garden can be tended in tune with nature, and every gardener can enjoy a host of seasonal delights from their own soil. Keep up-to-date with Francine's gardening adventures on her blog at kitchen-garden-hens. Co.