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new canes about 15cm apartUse soapy sprays at the first signs of greenfly and blackflyThin out congested fruits on apples and plums - the remaining fruits will grow far larger if competition is reducedSow seeds now: lettuce, rocket, beetroot, dwarf
parsley, dill and rocket as they're no trouble to grow.
Hello I have several herbs, rocket, basil, mint and they all seem to be affected by rust (but I am a novice so could be wrong). I want to keep them alive in a organic way as I use them for cooking. My additional complication is that I live in China
looking forward to seeing the flowers next year. I have seen a couple of plants in a nursery/garden centre but they didn't look that good, much better to grow yourself, I think Hi everyone - my sweet rocket seeds which germinated last year flowered
you kerri Snap! me too, so I know what you mean. Yes, those you've mentioned will be fine, including violas. More, just off the top of my head are: Sage (different colours) curly parsley (good colour and texture) Calendula (pot marigold) Sweet Rocket
to growing salad leaves from seed.Growing rocket from seed.Planting out lettuce.Planting tomatoes in a grow bag.
Hi, first timer growing potatoes. I bought the seeded pots about 6 weeks ago now, Scottish javelin, red rooster & Charlotte . I'm only just getting round to planting them this weekend. All will be grown in pots, is there any advice out there before
Plenty of salad crops can grow outside in winter, if given a little protection. In early autumn, the soil is still warm enough to sow seeds direct, while plug plants or seedlings planted out will establish quickly.Choose hardy varieties of your
Growing herbs from seed discs is a simple alternative for anyone who struggles with sowing small herb and salad seeds. These are filled with seeds for herbs such as basil, chives and parsley, or salads such as mixed leaves, mesclun or rocket
the year! Much healthier and tastier than those you buy at the supermarket! Our family favourite is mange tout great as baby veg in stir fries but also makes the best soup when they get too big! Rocket is easy to grow and lovely in salads. I also love