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Edible garden: Growing beetroot

Beetroot is a member of the spinach family. Young leaves...

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Edible garden: Growing carrots

Carrots are legendary for being a rich source of vitamin...

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How to grow radishes

Sow this crunchy cool-season, fast-maturing, easy-to-grow vegetable in May. They may...

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The ethical cook: Growing your own

Tips for getting you started on your own vegetable patch.You...

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Beat those bugs

To enjoy plentiful fruits (and vegetables) from the garden, it's...

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Save those seeds

The more seeds you save now, the less money you'll...

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Gardening in March

What to plant and what to pick from your garden...

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Growing your own veges

Having a kitchen garden is a great way to save...

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How to grow strawberries

For summer-ready strawberries, now’s the time to get growing.Strawberries are...

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How to grow your own tomatoes

Tomatoes are ideal container plants, offer a choice of over...

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Edible garden: Salad greens

Trish Allen with a guide to growing your own salad...

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Savour, save and sow

Now that you've harvested the salad greens, tomatoes, onions, sweet...

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Grow your own garlic

Known for its many medicinal properties as well as its...

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Grow your own indoor herbs

With temperatures dropping and outdoor gardening activity slowing down, it's...

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How to grow globe artichokes

This unopened flower bud is perfect for decorative and edible...

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In the garden: Cauliflower

Growing cauliflower doesn't require a lot of commitment and can provide...

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In the garden: Potatoes

Plant some potatoes mid-late October for a home-grown Christmas potato...

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In the garden: It’s time for peas

Enjoy the sweet taste of summer with somefreshly-picked peas. Peas are...
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