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Monty Don demonstrates how to plant heritage variety shallots in a container, offering advice on drainage and planting depths.springMore advice on growing alliumsHow to harvest garlicGrowing onions and garlicPlanting out leeksTips on growing garlic
Monty Don shows how to get around the problem of limited space in the garden, by growing your own potatoes in a dustbin.springMore advice on growing potatoesRead Lila Das Gupta's blog on growing potatoesChitting potatoes video projectGrowing early
Learn how to grow seed potatoes in a compost bag, in Monty Don's step-by-step video guide. springMore about growing potatoesRead Lila Das Gupta's blog on growing potatoesChitting potatoes video projectGrowing early potatoesGrowing potatoes in a bin
Watch Monty Don and Chris Beardshaw's video guide to harvesting potatoes grown in a bag.summerMore advice on growing potatoesRead Lila Das Gupta's blog on growing potatoesChitting potatoesGrowing early potatoesGrowing potatoes in a bagEarthing up potatoesAdvice on dealing with gl...
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before planting out. Long, root-training modules such as this (see picture) encourage longer root development. Water the compost well before planting out.Using a garden trowel, plant seedlings into well-prepared ground, ensuring that the top
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of underground stems that will bear potatoes. This mounding can be repeated once or twice more at 2 - 3 week intervals to ensure the best crop, with the added benefit of smothering any competing weeds.Potato plantsGarden forkRakelate-May - late-June 20 minutes