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New Year revolutions

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
The New Year is a good time to re-evaluate our gardens, whether they're the size of a small postage stamp, or a sprawling country estate. Continue reading...

Speedy salads

By Adam Pasco in Grow & eat
I hope I'm not getting impatient in my advancing years. When the latest seed catalogues arrived I determined to find out which were the quickest-growing salad crops. Continue reading...

Choosing vegetable varieties

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
When the weather gets grim, I like to peruse the vegetable seed catalogues, checking the availability of my favourite varieties and finding out what's new. Continue reading...

A hectic day at Gardeners' World Live

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
I hope I'll get a chance to go off and have a long hard look in the plant marquee and really enjoy some of the gorgeous plants. Continue reading...

Sowing broad beans

By Jane Moore in Grow & eat
Spring is in the air, and plants are beginning to shake off their winter dormancy. The birds and bees are making a cautious appearance, along with my fellow allotmenteers. Continue reading...

Sowing salad crops

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
Like it or lump it, there isn't that wide a range of vegetables you can enjoy fresh from the garden at this time of year. So how about some oriental veg? Continue reading...

Growing tomatoes

By Jane Moore in Grow & eat
It feels like spring is on its way down here in the balmy southern slopes of Bath. Continue reading...

Growing garlic in a clay soil

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
I'm passionate about growing garlic. I successfully grow lots of garlic at home, despite the fact that I garden on a very heavy, clay soil. Continue reading...

Rotten apples

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
Thank heavens for apples! We had a fantastic crop of apples this year, despite the fact that many of the trees are not that well established. Continue reading...

Brussels sprouts

By Jane Moore in Grow & eat
I really love Christmas - it's the only thing that cheers up winter for me (except snowdrops - they give me something to smile about in February). Continue reading...
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