Water is a crucial factor in attracting wildlife to the garden. Powered by WPeMatico
Worms have a wonderful way of composting kitchen waste. They are brilliant at it! Our friends at Wiggly Wigglers have a few wise words when it comes to working with… The post Worms work wonders appeared first on Rocket Gardens.
I made a huge batch of this soup the other day for a charity event, and I thought I’d share the recipe with you all. If you, like me, have… The post Squash, Cheddar and Thyme Soup appeared first on
It is incredibly easy to turn your garden waste (grass clippings, weeds, pulled up veg plants, fallen leaves etc) into good quality compost, and you don’t necessarily need a huge… The post Composting for Beginners appeared first on Rocket Gardens.
People often ask “What’s the best fruit bush for beginners?” Well, one stands head and shoulders above the rest – the gorgeous gooseberry! Gooseberry bushes grow well in most soils, they’re very easy to prune, are self-pollinating which means you
At this time of year there are many root veggies coming out of the ground ready for cooking. Most can be used in their entirety, so read on for some… The post From root to leaf appeared first on Rocket
To get a good start to next spring, there are a few things you can do now before winter sets in. It’s definitely worth getting on top of these things… The post A pre-winter to-do list appeared first on Rocket
Celeriac can be left in the ground until you want to use it, although you will need to protect it against hard frosts. Alternatively you can pull it up and… The post Harvesting celeriac appeared first on Rocket Gardens. Powered
If you love a roast parsnip, then you have got to try this delicious soup. It’s a great one for Christmas too with warming ginger and apple flavours. Ingredients 1… The post The best parsnip soup appeared first on Rocket
Both native plants and garden plants are valuable in attracting beneficial insects to our gardens. Powered by WPeMatico