Gardeners Websites and Blogs
Adekun.com – Growing organic vegetables in Japan and the beginnings of self sufficiency.
Allotment Heaven – The story of John’s allotment in St Ives, Cambridgeshire with snippets of everyday life, making this a really interesting blog!
Fluffius Muppetus – Read Emma’s brilliant garden diary and listen to The Alternative Kitchen Garden podcast.
Dig My Plot – Growing vegetables and fruit organically with raised beds and companion planting: excellent ideas and tips.
Down On The Allotment – Matron is a passionate veggie grower as you can see when you read her fabulous blog. Her parents used to ‘Dig For Victory’ so growing veggies is a way of life.
Gardening Advice Online and Easy to Follow Gardening Articles – The Gardening Register Blog provides an easy to follow, informative website covering all aspects of gardening and offering free online gardening advice and up-to-date gardening related offers and articles.
Garden Rant – Garden Rant is the work of four gardeners in the U.S.A., Susan, Michele, Elizabeth and Amy who are bored with ‘magazine’ gardens. This is more than just a blog. It’s sharp, witty and hysterically funny. Follow the girls as they dig up the front lawn to make a vegetable garden. A truly fabulous, must read gardening blog.
Kebun Organic Garden – Kebun Organik is a collection of worldwide news items on horticulture paying particular attention to home gardening and organic vegetable growing.
Mas du Diable – Mas du Diable is a 12th century farmstead set in the Cevennes Mountains of Languedoc, Southern France. Rachel and Laura share their passions for growing their own organic produce and also the rural skills needed to live on the land.
Mikes Backyard Garden – Personal website containing many cultural and propagating reference pages for lilies and daylilies, also numerous photographic galleries of cultivars I grow as well as my own hybrids.
Moosey’s Country Garden – Take a tour around Moosey’s fabulous country garden, set in 3 acres, near West Melton, New Zealand. An informal garden using New Zealand native plants and a few hundred roses. A great site!
My Garden Diary – Suburbia, New South Wales, Australia is where we find Crazy Mumma, a newbie organic vegetable and fruit grower with a great productive veggie garden and a love of Bromeliads. Her garden diary is a must read!
Reads Retreat – Gaz has tamed the urban jungle that was his garden and turned it into an excellent raised bed vegetable garden. This blog is named in memory of his Grandfather whose retreat was his garden and shed. Gaz is still growing the same runner beans as his Grandfather did in 1920, with seed saved every year. A great blog!
The Saunders Allotment – Beryl Saunders has a beautiful looking, well laid out, productive allotment site.
Scarecrow’s Garden – Journey to the dry Mid North of South Australia and follow Scarecrow as she battles water shortages to grow their own vegetables. A fabulous, must read blog! Be sure to read the Doc’s blog whilst you are there.
Smithyveg! – Simon has been growing and showing vegetables for over 10 years. In his blog he shares with you his passion and show knowledge. Explaining how to prepare and present vegetables for the show bench. This is a fabulous, informative, must read blog!
Soggy Day Gardener – Join Heskie and share his experiences of organic vegetable gardening.
The Great Big Vegetable Challenge – An A – Z vegetable challenge to turn Freddie from a vegetable-phobic into a boy who will eat and enjoy vegetables. A fabulous must read blog!
This Garden Is Illegal – Join Hanna in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. as she chats about her garden, the flowers, the pumpkin patch and everyday life. A great read!
Tim’s Square Foot Gardening – Tim is a Purdue Advanced Master Gardener based in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A. growing vegetables using the square foot method. His site has plenty of advice including a garden layout, rotation and planting calendar. Tim certainly gets the maximum harvest out of a small space!