Everyone is talking about no dig gardening right now. There is plenty of information on how to do it. Here, we will look at why no dig gardening works and the important reasons you should use this method in your garden. Vegetable Garden RHS Rosemoor No dig gardening is the practice of laying organic matter… Continue reading NO DIG GARDENING: WHY NO DIG WORKS WONDERS
These easy crops for beginners are perfect if you are just starting to learn how to grow vegetables. These simple and fun crops to grow will get you started and fill your garden with produce in no time. Small Vegetable Garden Growing vegetables is easy and enjoyable. It can give you a profound sense of… Continue reading EASY CROPS FOR BEGINNERS: AND HOW TO GROW THEM
Wondering how to start a vegetable garden, and what you can do now to prepare for the year ahead? Whether you are an absolute beginner or need to refresh your memory, we look at what you can be doing right now in your garden or allotment. Learn How To Start a Vegetable Garden If you… Continue reading HOW TO START A VEGETABLE GARDEN: WINTER JOBS
Planting bare root trees can seem a little daunting, but it's a great, thrifty way to add fruit trees and shrubs to your allotment, or larger ornamentals to your garden. Bare root trees are widely available from November right through to April. They come as small trees or medium-size shrubs, usually 1-2 meters tall, with… Continue reading BARE ROOT TREES – HOW TO PLANT
Loofahs are surprisingly versatile. We usually associate them with use in the bathroom for washing and exfoliating our skin. But they can also be eaten when they are small, and they can be used as a sustainable alternative to plastic scrubbing brushes. They can also be ‘blended’ and mixed into a facial scrub. Learning how to grow loofah will leave you with enough sponges to last you the rest of your life – and you can share them with friends and family too!
A brilliantly versatile crop, courgettes can be used in a wide number of dishes, and they can be dried and stored for use during the summer. One courgette plant can be enough to feed a family of 4 all summer, with spares under the right conditions! Learn how to grow courgettes with this simple guide.
Follow these simple tricks on how to grow tomatoes to take your tomato growing to the next level!