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Hens in the vegetable patch

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
Some months ago we took the plunge and bought some hens. The original, elderly hens we've had for years are lovely but they don’t lay eggs anymore. Continue reading...

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...
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