Competitive vegetable gardening

Competitive vegetable gardening

There’s a grand tradition in British kitchen garden of competitive vegetable gardening. Show vegetables are usually picture perfect, all the same size and looking exactly like the image in the seed catalogue said they were supposed to. And then there are the mammoth...
Foraging and adventure in Jersey

Foraging and adventure in Jersey

Can you imagine stepping outside your house and wading out onto a reef to collect seaweeds and shellfish for your lunch? Or talking the dog for a walk into the nearby forest, hunting for mushrooms and foraging edible plants to go with it? That’s the idyllic-sounding...
The last days of September

The last days of September

Colouring leaves are a joy in store for October Despite the lovely weather, September is drawing to a close and we can expect a more autumnal feel to be around the corner. There’s still time to do your September planting if you’re going to be joining the Glutbusters...
Write Club: Gardening with a disability

Write Club: Gardening with a disability

Angela Moore kicks off Write Club 2014 with her guest post on gardening with a disability. Angela blogs at Garden, Tea, Cakes and Me and is on Twitter as @daisyangel1. You can vote for this post by using the social media buttons in the sidebar to like it, and by...

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