We started our new life and garden in 2016. We were not aware then that we would become pioneers of a rather unknown way of garden cultivation, start a company, not to mention about us opening the garden to the public.
On many occasions we have been carried away with a burning need to find solutions to problems. Now, in the year 2023, we are cultivating with the NO DIG concept for the second year and our main crop is Tallbacka Mix salad mixture. We have also started to have groups visiting. Our garden has become a way of life and a dear workplace that gives structure to life. We firmly trust in the NO DIG-method, but there is still much for us to develop and new things to learn.
The changing climate is a concern to all gardeners and friends of nature; but we think that NO DIG will be the best choice for the future. The compost and compost making is central to a NO DIG gardener. Throughout the season we work to gather enough material for a qualitative compost that we can spread on beds to secure the crop for the next year.
We also want our beds in the garden to be neat and beautiful. In the spirit of an edible forest garden we have mixed vegetables, bushes, trees, herbs and flowers.
We prefer old traditional spices and look for those with the best taste. Many rare berries and edible perennial vegetables grow in our garden and it's a great joy to find new, and sometimes even old, species for the garden.