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, low-maintenance and rewarding. Considering their price at the supermarket, they are also inexpensive.Don't be tempted to impulse-buy those specimens stuffed into pots that you see in large garden centres. In my experience, mail order plants from
never got round to taking a picture of it 'before' and 'after'. All that has now changed.For the past 18 months, Paul Debois has been photographing my garden and allotment for Gardeners World magazine, and I've been really inspired by watching him work
by experts in the February 2010 issue of Gardeners' World Magazine.
spots are covering the leaves and your hard work has been lost.This year I'm growing 10 different varieties of salad potato for a taste trial for Gardeners' World magazine, some of them, like 'Pink Fir Apple', are late maincrop varieties, so there doesn
regular habits. It's like farming or gardening, he explains: there are some tasks that just can't be 'crammed,' they have to happen bit by bit and in the right season.But if you look around you, people have all sorts of working styles. The world often
I've just written a piece about a taste test I conducted on rhubarb for the November issue of Gardeners' World magazine, which includes a Top 10 of the best varieties for flavour. One of the things my editor had asked me to write about is how we