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How to store vegetables

How to store vegetables

Which vegetables will store and how long will they keep? This is an annual dilemma faced by many gardeners. Often the need for storage is caused by gardeners being too… Read more »

How to grow TomTato®

How to grow TomTato®

How to successfully grow your TomTato® plants We’ve had an amazing amount of interest in our TomTato® plants and news of the new innovation has spread throughout the world! TomTato®… Read more »

When the Pod went Pop!

When the Pod went Pop!

There is really nothing like the taste of home grown peas. Read excerpts from Garden *Life* Love, the new digital magazine Alternatively download the When the Pod went Pop! article…. Read more »

Grow your own – it’s not too late

Grow your own – it’s not too late

Grow your own – it’s not too late! Spring may be late this year, but there is still plenty of time to grow your own. In fact, waiting and sowing… Read more »

Yacón – makes sugar-free sweetener!

Yacón – makes sugar-free sweetener!

Yacón (Smallanthus sonchifolius) aka Peruvian ground apple, Bolivian sunroot Sweet-tasting tuber makes ‘no-sugar’ syrup suitable for diabetics Here’s an interesting tuber with the texture of water chestnuts and a sweet… Read more »

Deborah Catchpole

Deborah Catchpole

Guest blogger Deborah Catchpole writes about her early and formative gardening experiences… I’m a gardener. There; I’ve said it. It’s not always the first thing that a 28 year old… Read more »

Lorraine Pullen – The Good Life – Well Maybe!

Lorraine Pullen – The Good Life – Well Maybe!

Read Lorraine Pullen’s post about her first year of blogging. I became a blogger just over 12 months ago when I started my own blog entitled The Good Life –… Read more »

Gardening with children

Gardening with children

Gardening with children From a small seed a mighty trunk may grow. Aeschylus. Working in horticulture brings with it a certain responsibility – that of everyone else’s gardens! Friends, family,… Read more »

Steve Woodward – tales from the allotment

Steve Woodward – tales from the allotment

It’s mid October and the wife wanted me to go to the allotment this morning to get a few veg for a Sunday roast dinner, there are still a good… Read more »