New Year is always a good time to reflect, whether it’s in your personal life or taking a step back from the business to assess what you could be doing… The post Our 3 New Years Resolutions appeared first on
“The Ivy… is to me a lively representation of the work and power of faith,” writes Charlotte Elizabeth. Powered by WPeMatico
Most slug and snail pellets contain metaldehyde, which, in short, is not very good for wildlife at all. We’re delighted to hear that DEFRA is phasing in a ban, meaning… The post They are banning metaldehyde! appeared first on Rocket
Here are three small things you can do in your veg patch to improve your crops. It’s food for thought and we hope it’ll give you the upper hand next… The post 3 ways to get better results from the
You never quite know whether it will be mild or frosty at this time of year. It’s best to be prepared if you are growing winter veg. The simplest thing… The post Prepare for colder weather appeared first on Rocket
“How cheerless an aspect our gardens wear, in this dreary month of December, had not some plants been endured with hardihood to retain their leaves…” Chatlotte Elizabeth. Powered by WPeMatico
If you’ve been out to the veg patch to check on our Christmas Veggies, only to have to schedule in a trip to the local farm shop to top up… The post Christmas Veg Troubleshooting appeared first on Rocket Gardens.
This is really easy to make and you can happily make it a few days before Christmas as the flavour improves after a day or two. You don’t need to… The post Braised Red Cabbage appeared first on Rocket Gardens.
Here’s our definitive guide to using up Christmas leftovers. Waste not want not and all that! Make stock from the turkey bones Turkey Pie is delicious – try to use… The post Ideas for Christmas Leftovers appeared first on Rocket
This is a good, healthy side dish that you can whip up at any time over Christmas. You will need: Red Cabbage, finely sliced Parsnip and/or Celeriac, peeled & grated… The post A Christmas Slaw appeared first on Rocket Gardens.