And so I planted the garlic

And so I planted the garlic

I felt like spending some time outside on Sunday morning. This was the salad bed when I went out – a chaotic jumble of plants, most on their last legs. I cleared it all out, and was rewarded with several carrots, a small beetroot, a little tuft of kale and some leaf...
Ulluco growers take note

Ulluco growers take note

Incredible Vegetables have passed on some new biosecurity guidelines from DEFRA for people who grow Ulluco (Ullucus tuberosus). Ulluco is an increasingly popular (if tricky to grow), colourful Andean tuber. Because it is not widely commercially available, there is...
Gardening offers: 13/10/17

Gardening offers: 13/10/17

‘Tis the season of mists, mellow fruitfulness and autumn planting. There’s lots of lovely gardening offers on over this weekend, which you may want to take advantage of if you you need new plants for the garden. Lubera are offering 20% off their fast growing fruits –...
How to Eat: Tomatillos

How to Eat: Tomatillos

I first tried to grow tomatillos (Physalis philadelphica) in 2011. I don’t remember much about it, to be honest, but obviously I got some fruit, because I took some photos of it! Equally obviously, a lot of the fruits were left on the plants and rotted away to almost...
Indigo Herbs Hemp Giveaway

Indigo Herbs Hemp Giveaway

I’ve talked about hemp before on this blog, and about how it’s crazy that its cultivation is basically prohibited (you can grow it commercially, if you have a licence from the Home Office, and a buyer lined up) because some varieties of it are grown for their...

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