On Sunday I started by harvesting a good bunch of leaves from my wild garlic.
It’s the last day of National Gardening Week, and I hope you’ve been enjoying the vicarious harvests from my garden!
I used to have a broad-leaved sorrel in the old garden, and the chickens were the only who ate it.
I’ve been thinking about what we could grow next year – to keep us fed in the event that there are disruptions to the food supply.
Here is a basic run down of what you’ll need, and what you’ll need to know, to grow some easy culinary container herbs.
‘Minogue’s Onion’ is a slightly mysterious species that was given to me by the late Patrick Whitefield.