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December is a good time to give fruit trees and plants some attention, whether pruning, potting up or planting out. So make sure your new year is a fruitful one and get going now… Read more »
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Judith Conroy, from Garden Organic, gives her tips for growing, harvesting and using chicory in the kitchen this winter. Read more »
Cloches protect crops over winter and extend harvesting time, but ready-made tunnels can often be flimsy and small. So why not make a larger, sturdy version with some builder's yard basics… Read more »
Go vertical and take a leaf out of permaculture principles with a helter-skelter shaped raised bed for culinary cuttings. Read more »
Like to make your own wine? October to March is a good time to plant a grapevine. RHS Wisley gardener Bernard Boardman shares his secrets for success. Read more »
Set your pulse racing for spring by sowing peas and beans for overwintering. Read more »
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