Here’s a quick guide to freezing your veg harvests which may well be helpful if you’re drowning in beans! What veg (and other crops) can I freeze? There are many… The post Freezing Veg appeared first on Rocket Gardens. Powered
Struggling with a summer drought is no fun, and keeping your plants quenched and happy can feel like a non-stop battle. Don’t be a slave to the watering can! Read on or watch the video for top tips on how
Back in July I added a few more herb plants to the pots outside my front door and now that we’ve had a bit of rain they are doing really… The post The most amazing, calming herbal tea appeared first
Opium poppies produce lovely foliage as well as colourful flowers. Sow some soon. Powered by WPeMatico
Powdery mildew is a fairly common issue for courgettes, squashes and pumpkins. It starts to affect them in late summer and is not something to worry about. The leaves will… The post Mildew on courgettes appeared first on Rocket Gardens.
Late summer brings mildew to pea plants of all types, sugarsnap, garden and mangetout. You’ll recognise it from the white coating on the leaves, which will rapidly spread across the… The post Mildew on peas appeared first on Rocket Gardens.
We are delighted to introduce our new and exclusive large flowered variety of Sweet Pea for the forthcoming season which honours education provider Capel Manor. With large frilly two-tone deep purple blue blooms that are lightly scented, this vibrant classic
Please complete our survey and help the Society to plan and develop our support for the allotment movement. Your answers will help us to shape our next Strategic Plan 2019-23.Click here for survey Powered by WPeMatico
One annual that clearly loved this summer’s hot weather was Amaranthus ‘Velvet Curtains’, the RHS AGM winning hardy annual. Powered by WPeMatico
Mr Fothergill’s is delighted to announce its new partnership with BBC Children in Need, to launch two seed packets for children – Sunflower Pudsey and Pumpkin Pudsey. 30p from each packet sold will benefit BBC Children in Need, to help