Ignorance isn’t bliss when it comes to October in the veg patch. It’s an important month for harvesting as you’ll need to pull up certain veggies before frost arrives, and… The post October in the Veg Patch appeared first on
The delights and recommendations of a Victorian gardening magazine. Powered by WPeMatico
Echinacea ‘Green Twister’ is one of the best new seed raised perennials of recent years. Powered by WPeMatico
I’m a bit gutted this week as several of my leeks have bolted. I absolutely love leeks and the first thing I read when I started researching “leeks bolted” was… The post What to do about bolting leeks appeared first
We’re not sure about you, but here in Cornwall quite a few of us have experienced mildew on kale in the past few weeks. Naturally, we have some thoughts on… The post Mildew on kale? appeared first on Rocket Gardens.
Borlotti beans and French beans can both be dried out on the stalk before being podded and stored, but we’d urge you to read this first to make sure they… The post Top tips for drying beans appeared first on
I’ve been getting ready for a Macmillan coffee morning this week, fitting in a bit of baking since it’s been a bit too wet and wild to merit spending time… The post Cakes with veg appeared first on Rocket Gardens.
We’re aiming to get all our plants dispatched for autumn within the next 3 weeks, by mid-October, before we lose too much daylight and before the weather turns cold. By… The post How much planting time is left for autumn?
The International Office of Allotment and Leisure Gardens has awarded the Swinbrook Road Allotments, Carterton a diploma for their innovative projects. Click here to view some slides of their achievements (a compressed powerpoint will download to your computer). The Allotment
My ‘Heavenly Blue’ morning glories have been a disaster this year. Where did I go wrong? Powered by WPeMatico