This post is for anyone who has more tomatoes (or beans, peas, or courgettes) than they know what to do with… some useful kitchen tips for virtually any glut you… The post Easy Ideas for Gluts appeared first on Rocket
Phew! It’s been a hot and humid one recently. It’s bad enough in the UK, but lots of you have to cope with weather that’s considerably hotter and drier. So whether you’re struggling with a miniature heatwave or a summer-long
This season more than any other, most of my conversations with other local gardeners have been centred around “How are your beans doing? Mine are really late”, or “My courgettes… The post Veg Patch Benchmarking appeared first on Rocket Gardens.
For anyone who is keen to keep on growing! This guide explains when we dispatch plants, how best to plant them and care for them, when to expect harvests and… The post The Definitive Guide to Autumn Growing appeared first
It has been a funny old season, and as far as we can tell from the feedback we’re getting from customers, cauliflowers have not been doing very well in many… The post Does your cauliflower look like this? appeared first
If your tomatoes are anything like ours, then they may be a little slow to grow this season, and when they do finally ripen, you may spot a few problems…here’s… The post Tomato Troubleshooting appeared first on Rocket Gardens. Powered
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Comfrey is an incredibly useful plant to have in the garden, both boosting soil fertility and providing attractive flowers for bees and pollinators. It regrows very quickly, so you can… The post How to use Comfrey appeared first on Rocket
Pickling is a very handy culinary skill for the kitchen gardener, and it is very simple and straightforward to do. It’s a great way to preserve some of the gluts… The post Pickling for Beginners appeared first on Rocket Gardens.
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