7 January 2011
It’s not completely unproductive in the plot at present. As well as all the stored goodies there’s still leeks and Jerusalem artichokes making their way onto the kitchen doorstep, all perfect for Richard's Cawl cennin figan.
7 January 2011.
Prune currants and gooseberries - Woody soft fruit should be pruned before the buds burst in the spring and this must now be done without delay since gooseberries in particular are some of the first to get growing as conditions improve.
2 December 2010.
Warm the soil - When winter is in full swing, the time to sow can seem a long way off, but in fact it won’t be long before early crops can be sown outside. There are a few tricks you can use to ensure that when the time comes, your soil is in perfect condition to encourage good germination.
Digging Deeper - End of series
5 November 2010.
This KG series has now ended, the last article was published in the December 2010 issue. Past articles can still be viewed here on-line.
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