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Our Essential Guide: Raised Beds

Written by Ruth Darrah

Gardening in raised beds is a great alternative for small gardens. There are so many design options available, and a hugely versatile growing space too.

read more 23/06/20
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Our Essential Guide: How To Grow Courgettes & Squash

Written by Ruth Darrah

The good news is that these are really easy to grow. The temptation is to grow too many plants, and ...

read more 21/04/20
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Intro to Urban & Balcony Gardens - Container Gardening

Written by Ellen Mary

Anyone can grow ANYWHERE, but consider what containers are best. Ellen Mary gives her tips for beginners.

read more 06/04/20
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Our Essential Guide: How To Grow Tomatoes

Written by Ruth Darrah

Growing tomatoes from start to finish.

read more 16/03/20
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Using Propagators & Hardening Seedlings

Written by Eli Appleby Donald

How to use propagators to start your seedlings off and how to move them from propagator to greenhouse to outdoors.

read more 09/03/20
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Growing Cut Flowers - Containers & Seed Saving

Written by Georgie Matthews

Georgie returned to the classroom once again, to learn about growing a cutting garden with English Peonies and Norfolk School of Gardening.

read more 12/09/19
The Gardening Year

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Written by Ellen Mary

Time to get those overwintering onions, shallots and garlic. Mark out a line with string and gently ...

read more 09/11/18
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Summer in the Kitchen Garden

Written by Ellen Mary

Rocket, lettuce and radish can still be sown now and will provide you with quick harvests of homegro ...

read more 10/08/18
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Springtime in the Kitchen Garden

Written by Ellen Mary

Whilst most varieties of potatoes can go in during April, early varieties such as ‘Rocket’ can go ou ...

read more 23/03/18
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Winter in the Kitchen Garden

Written by Ellen Mary

There will be days in the winter when the weather eases and the soil is workable, so if you are afte ...

read more 05/01/18