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Cosmos was one of the first bedding plants I ever grew from seed, and still remains a favourite. It provides height to displays with an airiness few other plants can match. Tall stems carry fine, feathery foliage, each topped with simple, brightly
A couple of years ago I finally took the plunge and planted an asparagus bed. Its a crop I'd never appreciated until a few years ago, but now I love it (especially lightly steamed, with a little salty butter). Now I'm all of a flutter, because
Who could ever produce enough compost for all their needs? I remember watching the late Geoff Hamilton at Barnsdale week after week on Gardeners' World, using countless buckets of beautiful home-made compost. Every planting hole was filled
In the past, either greed or wishful thinking has tempted me to cram far too many sweetcorn plants into my vegetable beds, resulting in very disappointing yields. This year I was determined to supply my family with a decent crop of sweetcorn, which
, and sounds a bargain to me (not that I am an expert on plants), but compared to what I have just paid for plants, this seems good. I will say though, I have no experience on the "wowcher" site, but have heard several positive comments about it. Thought I
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637Alby Crafts & Gardens, Cromer Road, Erpingham, Norwich, Norfolk 01263 761 226www.albycrafts.co.ukNR11 7QEOpen 17 Jan-24 Dec, Tue-Sun & bank hols, 10am-5pm. Adults/OAPs £2.50, under-15s free. Card valid for whole property, but not valid on eventdays – phone or see website for d...
I want to suggest begonia, is it in a pot? It's begonia semperflorens or bedding begonia, an annual bedding/pot plant. It looks a bit lonely,
what plants are best for the colour purple and red Permanent planting-shrubs,roses perennials etc- or bedding plants?