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Protecting plants from frost

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
We had our first frost the other night. The next morning we were out at 6am, clearing the car windscreen. Continue reading...
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My favourite harvest recipes

By Kate Bradbury in Grow & eat
To celebrate Gardeners' World Magazine's Harvest Week, running from 12-18 September, I thought I'd share a few of my favourite easy harvest recipes. Continue reading...
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Slug eggs

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
Forking over some soil at the weekend, it was plain to see that the local slugs were showing no signs of slowing down. I uncovered several large clumps of their eggs. Continue reading...
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Autumn-fruiting raspberries

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
This is the first proper fruiting year from many of my raspberry canes, and I’m pleased they are cropping so heavily. Continue reading...
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Growing veg in containers: keep it cropping

By Kate Bradbury in Grow & eat
As container-grown fruit and veg start to crop, it's important keep your eye on the ball to ensure they stay productive. Continue reading...
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Starting a veg patch

By James Alexander-Sinclair in Grow & eat
My elder son Archie made his first vegetable garden this year, in the back garden of a slightly scummy, student infested house in deepest Peckham. Continue reading...
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Cherries, plums and gages

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
Our plum and gage trees are laden with fruit - so much so that the heavy crops are bending branches. Continue reading...
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Ornamental veg

By Adam Pasco in Grow & eat
We all want colour in our gardens, so what about colour in our veg plots and allotments? Continue reading...
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Garden birds, squirrels and fruit crops

By Adam Pasco in Grow & eat
Sometimes wildlife crosses the line between welcome resident and unwanted nuisance. Continue reading...
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Grow Yourself Healthy: July

By Adam Pasco in Grow & eat
I've never known greenhouse tomatoes to grow so quickly, with the tips of most plants already reaching the roof. Each is carrying four or five trusses of fruit [...] Continue reading...
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