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Tips and ideas to get more variety while reducing waste in your garden. Hundreds of courgettes? Seedlings resigned to the compost heap? No more!
Written by Ruth Darrah
The school is closed for now, so while we wait for the classroom to re-open, Ruth shares some knowledge about the John Innes Centre, now based local to us in Norwich, and their compost formulations.
It's never too soon to start planning your growing, and with a greenhouse at your disposal, you can start sowing your chillies as early as February.
The school gates are closed yet again, but at least there is time to do some winter maintenance in the walled garden and Rhino greenhouse.
Written by Ellen Mary
Kale is a fantastic leafy veg to grow at home. It's easy to care for, highly nutritious and hardy as heck!
As the dahlias finally breathed their last, the planting begins to take on the shapes and colours intended to create interest during winter.
Written by Eli Appleby Donald
Bubble wrapping is the most common method used by gardeners to insulate their greenhouse over the winter. Eli gives some advice on the how and the why.
The Certificate in Practical Horticulture students are having their mettle tested. And festive activities are about to get underway.
Getting design orientated this week, with a local designer coming in to make plans, Botanical Printmaking proving popular and Christmas wreaths on the agenda soon.
Classes continue at Norfolk School of Gardening, including the Certificate in Practical Horticulture.
There are flowers that will fade and others that will continue to bring shape and colour to the garden throughout the winter.
Written by Fran Phillips
How to improve gemination rates and encourage good root growth in your autumn and winter seedlings.