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Written by Ellen Mary
Snowdrops are the heralds of springtime, and if you want to grow your own, March is the time to do so. Ellen Mary gives her tips.
Written by Georgie Matthews
The mainstay of British cooking, we've put together a guide for all the aspiring potato growers out there.
Written by Fran Phillips
Late winter is the ideal time for pruning your rose bushes. Whether they're established plants or newly planted, our flower farmer has her tried and tested methods to share.
Written by Ruth Darrah
Online courses coming soon! Spring flowers are rearing their heads as they prepare for hedge and rose planting in the walled garden.
A guide for novices to the pinching out technique and tips on the most common uses - Tomatoes, Dahlias, Basil.
It's the season of maintenance, and the Walled Garden at Ketteringham Hall has plenty in need of maintaining.
Dealing with flowers - pruning established plants and ordering seeds for the coming season.
Tips and ideas to get more variety while reducing waste in your garden. Hundreds of courgettes? Seedlings resigned to the compost heap? No more!
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.
Now is the time for planting bare root fruit trees, and Norfolk School of Gardening is developing quite the apple orchard with their new addition.